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Theory and Practice of the Calculus

Naturevolume 140page631 (1937) | Download Citation

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THE authors have set themselves the task of writing a treatise on the differential and integral calculus which should be at once practical and rigorous, while assuming only the minimum of previous mathematical knowledge. The emphasis, however, is on the practical side, the book being, to quote the dust-cover, "adapted to the particular needs of students of science and engineering".

The Elements of Mathematical Analysis

By J. H. Michell M. H. Belz. Vol. 1. Pp. xxiv + 516. Vol. 2. Pp. xii + 517–1087. (London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1937.) 42s. net each vol.

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