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by David I. Spivak

486 Pages
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2014
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Category Theory for the Sciences is the mathematics, algebra, trigonometry and mathematical set theory book which shares the benefits of category theory. David I. Spivak is the author of this impressive book. Category theory was first invented in the 1940s. The purpose of this theory is to synthesize and unify multiple areas in mathematics. This theory becomes successful in enabling the strong communication between subfields and disparate within mathematics. David shows that category theory has also different uses outside of mathematics like coherent modeling, rigorous and flexible language. It can widely use to discover and arranged information in countless ways. Category theory offers the unifying framework which is used as information modeling.

by Mary Jane Sterling

192 Pages
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2010
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6 Downloads
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Algebra II Essentials For Dummies is the algebra guide, mathematics and academics book which elaborate the critical concepts with a concise explanation. Mary Jane Sterling is the author of this informative book. He is a professor in mathematics at Bradley University. Mary Jane has written several awesome books for the students. This book is specially written to help the second-year students to achieve good marks in their finals. It helps them to speed up their performance while explaining the specific topics. All the topics are explained concisely with appropriate example and everything is simple to understand for student.
A student will learn how to play with rules and manipulates the equation in the right way. Learn and become a master of factoring techniques, algebraic properties, and exponential rules. It covers the radical and rational equations along with fractional exponents. How to identify your functions and learn the secrets of solving any kind of equation with the logarithmic and exponential functions. Further, it teaches how to divide and multiply exponents. What are the benefits of the quadratic formula and where to use it? Discover the different patterns of denoting function notation and necessary instruction to solve a linear equation.

by Rajnikant Sinha

351 Pages
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2015
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The “Galois Theory and Advanced Linear Algebra, 1st Edition” is an instructive book to get the knowledge about algebra and trigonometry. Rajnikant Sinha is the author of this algebra book. Sinha is a former Professor of Mathematics at Magadh University, Bodh Gaya, India. He has published numerous interesting research findings in international journals and has authored three textbooks, which engages the reader from first to the last page. His research focuses on topological vector spaces, differential geometry, and manifolds.
In this book, you will learn about advanced linear algebra and Galois theory. Galois Theory and Advanced Linear Algebra is divided into four chapters and offering different new theorems. This book is very helpful and easy to understand for undergraduate students of linear algebra. Linear algebra is applied throughout science and engineering because it allows you to model natural phenomena and to compute them efficiently. The author starts out with simple examples and explains vector spaces, rings, fields, inner product and much more. Each topic is covered clearly and concisely and packed with the details that you learn to be truly effective. To sum it up, Galois Theory and Advanced Linear Algebra is a necessary book for undergraduate students.