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Mathematicians,scientists,engineers,and students can turn to this dictionary for definitive coverage of all branches of mathematics,both pure and applied. Featuring 3,600 terms,the book defines terms and expressions in algebra,number theory,operator theory,logic,complex numbers,finite mathematics,topology,and other areaseach with definition identified by the field in which it is primarily used. Included are numerous cross references and an appendix with tables of integrals and derivatives.
AUTHORITATIVECOMPREHENSIVECURRENT. Carefully reviewed to ensure its accuracy,clarity,and completeness,the McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Mathematics puts a wealth of essential information at your fingertips. Whether you're a professional,a student,a writer,or a general reader with science curiosity,this comprehensive resource defines the current language of pure and applied mathematics and gives you a better understanding of the ideas and concepts you need to know. The McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Mathematics is based on the renowned McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms,Fifth Edition,the universal reference choice for the international scientific communityresearchers,scientists,engineers,technicians,educators,and writersand general readers with an interest in science. 4,000 up-to-date entries that fully define the language of mathematics; Based on the world-famous McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms,Fifth Edition; Covers all fields of pure and applied mathematics,including arithmetic,algebra,geometry,trigonometry,calculus,logic,and topology; Includes hundreds of synonyms,acronyms,and abbreviations; Provides pronunciations forall terms; Appendix contains tables of useful data and information.
Table of Contents
Preface.Editorial Staff.How to Use the Dictionary.Pronunciation Key.Dictionary.Appendix.