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Calculus: The Memoirs of Mathias
Price: Free! Words: 700. Language: English. Published: April 29, 2019. Categories: Fiction , Nonfiction
Meet Mathias: student, trailblazer, hero. As he makes his way across the globe, finding derivatives and solving integrals, he’ll encounter adventure, heartbreak, and friendship. He’ll learn life lessons and expand his critical knowledge of math. Join Mathias on his journey and help him out along the way, and maybe you’ll learn a thing or two about calculus!
Feynman Lectures Simplified 4A: Math for Physicists
Price: \$7.99 USD. Words: 51,830. Language: English. Published: April 28, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction , Nonfiction
Math is what prevents most science enthusiasts from becoming scientists. This book, Feynman Simplified 4A: Math for Physicists, will help those striving to master the mathematics of physics. It explains step-by-step all the mathematics that most scientists will ever need. From the mundane to the esoteric, this eBook explores it all.
Polygon Calculus
Price: \$1.00 USD. Words: 3,160. Language: English. Published: November 25, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction , Nonfiction
I use two improper integrals, (1/x), (1/x2)[sq of x] to show the absurdity of employing infinity in math. By rejecting number continuums, curves are shown to be incremental. Therefore, definite values approaching asymptotes must meet, fall short, or cross the axis at some finite point. Infinite areas (sic) exceed the parameters of the equation. Curves fall short, cross or run parallel to the axes.
Standard-Slope Integration: A New Approach to Numerical Integration
Price: \$4.99 USD. Words: 6,640. Language: English. Published: May 30, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction , Nonfiction
The integral (or antiderivative) has long been used to determine the area under a curve, but finding the antiderivative can be a challenge. Other methods of integration can be cumbersome and give only a crude estimate of the actual area. Standard-slope integration is a fast, easy, and (more) accurate method of integration with results that are on par with those of classical integration methods.