Geared toward scientists and engineers, this ebook is a thrilling highbrow trip in the course of the mathematical worlds of Euclid, Newton, Maxwell, Einstein, and Schrodinger-Dirac. whereas comparable books current the mandatory arithmetic in a piecemeal demeanour with tangential references to the proper physics and engineering, this textbook serves the interdisciplinary wishes of engineers, scientists and utilized mathematicians via unifying the math and physics right into a unmarried systematic physique of data yet holding the rigorous logical improvement of the maths. The authors take an unconventional strategy via integrating the math with its motivating actual phenomena and, conversely, by way of displaying how the mathematical types are expecting new actual phenomena.
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