The present book is based on the lecture given by the author to senior pupils in Moscow on the 20th of April of 1966. The distinction between the material of the lecture and that of the book is that the latter includes exercises at the end of each section (the most difficult problems in the exercises are marked by an asterisk). At the end of the book are placed answers and hints to some of the problems. The reader is advised to solve most of the problems, if not all, because only after the...

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In this post, we will see the book Things to Come composed by V. Fedchenko. About the book The book is a collection of essays by leading Soviet scientists who predict how the future will span out for various fields. The first essay is by Academician Semenov who talks about the power sources for the future. In the next essay, the production technologies for the future are discussed. In the third essay materials science and artificial matter are discussed by Kitaigorodsky. In the fourth essay...

Topics: future, soviet, technology, mir publishers

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Jun 14, 2021
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This collection of problems in physical properties of crystals, first published in 1972, has survived a rigorous test of time and proved its merits for lecturers and students at the Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys. The problems were compiled on the basis of university textbooks, special monographs, and journal articles. The book is intended for graduate and post-graduate students, as well as for engineers dealing with practical applications of crystals. It has been translated into German...

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A book about astronomy

Topics: soviet literature, mir publishers, astronomy, night sky

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Mar 1, 2022
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This book is based on the lectures read by authors at Moscow State University for a number of years. As in Part 1, the authors strived to make presentation systematic and to set off the most important notions and theorems. Besides the basic curriculum material, this book contains some additional questions that play an important part in various branches of modern mathematics and physics (the theory of measure and Lebesgue integrals, the theory of Hilbert spaces and of self-adjoint linear...

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Topics: mathematics, mathematical analysis, integration, differentiation, mir publishers

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Jul 30, 2013
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L. Tarasov's book " Laser Age in Optics " is a popular science book concerned with new trends in optics arising from development of the laser. L. Tarasov , Cand Sc, who is an Assistant Professor of the chair of Electronics of the Moscow Institute of Electronic Machine Design, also teaches at the Moscow state University. In this book the author successfully combines a popular style of presentation with, when necessary, a serious scientific treatment of the problems...

Topics: mir, laser, tarasov, mir publishers, physics, optics

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Oct 4, 2019
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About the book Professor N. Glinka's textbook systematizes the theoretical aspects and includes an extensive collection of reference data tor the course in general chemistry. Great attention is given to the structure of atoms and molecules, the laws of chemical reactions, and oxidation-reduction, processes. The book has been very popular in the Soviet Union and other countries for many years. During the author's life, it saw 12 editions in Russian and was repeatedly published in other...

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Topics: chemistry, periodic table, mir publishers, elements, properties, compounds

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Aug 19, 2013
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This book is intended primarily for students taking general courses in atomic and nuclear physics. It contains, however, a sufficiently large number of problems lying beyond the general course to make it also useful in the study of some special courses. The volume contains over 1000 problems. The solutions of the most complicated of them are provided with detailed explanation. A brief summary of the basic terms and definitions at the beginning of each chapter also makes the solving easier. The...

Topics: irodov, IE irodov, mir publishers, moscow, atomic, nuclear

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Now we come to a book in the Science for Everyone series which eluded me for years, only to be found with one of my dear friends. This book is Physical Paradoxes and Sophisms by V. N. Lange. Long before I had read about this book in the advertisements on the back pages of other books, but had never a chance to see it. Many of the problems discussed in this book are revealing and take you to deeper levels of understanding about physics. Two similar books that I have read are Surprises in...

Topics: physics, problems, paradoxes, science for everyone, mir publishers

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Jan 12, 2019
01/19

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The book contains stories published by Soviet science-fiction writers in the last three or tour years. Ot course, neither the selection of the authors in this little book, nor the stories themselves can offer a comprehensive idea ot Soviet Science fiction, which is so diverse and multiform. At present, more than a hundred Soviet writers are working in the field. Several large story collections, novels and serial books are published each year. Science, philosophy, sociology, humour,...

Topics: soviet, literature, mir publishers, science fiction, short stories, philosophy

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Jan 15, 2019
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Continuing the Science for Everyone Series we now come to Differential Equations in Applications by V. V. Amel'kin From the back cover: This book is an easy-reading introduction to ordinary differential equations and their use in the study of real phenomena and processes. Problems taken from various fields of knowledge illustrate the tools used in setting up differential equations and the methods employed in their qualitative investigation. The book should be useful to high-school students,...

Topics: physics, differential equations, science for everyone, mir publishers, applications

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Aug 23, 2013
08/13

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The main idea The main idea behind this book is to amalgamate the description of the basic concepts of the theory and the practical methods of solving problems in one book. Therefore, each chapter contains first a description of the theory of the subject being considered (illustrated by concrete examples) and then a set of selected problems with solutions. The problems are closely related to the text and often complement it. Hence they should be analYfed together with the text. In author’s...

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Topics: electromagnetism, physics,, irodov, mir publishers, moscow, physics, mechanics, problems

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Jun 3, 2015
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The present collection of problems is a further development and revision of our book Selected Physics Problems, which was published in 1949 and was soon sold out. The basis of our earlier book was formed’ by problems set over a number of years in the “Olympic” examinations set in Physics .to schoolchildren. by the Physics Faculty of the Lomonosov State University in Moscow. A large number of teachers and a number of the students of the Physics Faculty of the Moscow State University...

Topics: problems in physics, maths, mir publishers, physics, Olympiad, technology

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Jul 20, 2013
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The whole book is presented as a relatively free-flowing dialogue between the AUTHOR and the READER. From one discussion to another the AUTHOR will lead the inquisitive and receptive READER to different notions, ideas, and theorems of calculus, emphasizing especially complicated or delicate aspects, stressing the inner logic of proofs, and attracting the reader's attention to special points. I hope that this form of presentation will help a reader of the book in learning new definitions such as...

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Topics: mathematics, calculus, mir publishers, calculus, high school, mir books

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Aug 16, 2013
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This booklet is a revision of the authorâs lecture to high school students taking part in the Mathematics Olympiad at Moscow State University. It gives a review of the results and methods of the general theory of algebraic equations with due regard for the level of knowledge of its readers. No proofs are included in the text since this would have required copying almost half of a university textbook on higher algebra. Despite such an approach, this booklet does not make for light reading. Even...

Topics: mathematics, algebra, equations, arbitrary degree, mir publishers, little mathematics library

GEOMETRY, ENGLISH, SOVIET BOOK, MIR PUBLISHERS, MOSCOW, E. Z. SHUVALOVA

Topics: GEOMETRY, ENGLISH, SOVIET BOOK, MIR PUBLISHERS, MOSCOW, E. Z. SHUVALOVA

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Aug 16, 2013
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This book offers a geometric theory of logarithms, in which (natural) logarithms are represented as areas of various geometrical shapes. All the properties of logarithms, as well as their methods of calculation, are then determined from the properties of the areas. The book introduces most simple concepts and properties of integral calculus, without resort to concept of derivative. The book is intended for all lovers of mathematics, particularly school children.

Topics: mathematics, little mathematics library, logarithms, areas, mir publishers, integral calculus

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Jun 3, 2015
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This collection of 816 problems is based on the textbook "Elementary Physics" edited by Academician G. S. Landsberg. For this reason the content and nature of the problems and their arrangement mainly conform with this textbook. There is no section devoted to "Atomic Physics", however, since the exercises in Landsberg's book illustrate the relevant material in sufficient detail. Some problems on this subject have been included in other chapters. The problems, most of which...

Topics: physics, problems in physics, elementary physics, mir publishers, moscow, science

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This book on temperature was written to explain how physical concepts arise, how new methods of measuring physical quantities are developed, and how the progress in physics makes well-worn concepts move into modern fields of physics of which our predecessors were understandably quite ignorant. - Ya. Smorodinsky We now come to the next title in the Science for Everyone Series, Temperature written by Ya. A. Smorodinsky. The books has a lot of historical perspective on how the ideas of...

Topics: physics, mir publishers, science for everyone, heat, thermodynamics, laws, temperature

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The book covers topics devoted to the application the electronic computers to the solutions of problems in electro-mechanics. It is expected that the reader is already familiar with computer programming, and algorithmic languages. The author's objective is to teach the students how to formulate equations for most of the problems in the analysis of the energy conversion processes in electric machines and reduce them to a convenient form for their solution by computers. Much consideration is...

Topics: mir books, electrical, engineering, mathematics, machines, models, mir publishers, science

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May 4, 2022
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Book 1 of the General course on physics LaTeX version by https://github.com/lnacquaroli/LaTeXOldBooks

Topics: physics, mir publishers, mechanics, conservation laws, dynamics, kinematics, statics, rotational...

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We now come to another book by D. N. Trifonov and V. D. Trifonov on history of chemistry titled Chemical Elements: How They Were Discovered . In this book we shall describe how the alphabet of chemistry has been designed and how the inquisitive mind of the researchers discovered new chemical elements, one after another. The history of chemical elements begins with their discovery. Although hefty volumes in which elements are described in detail pay very little attention to their discoveries,...

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The luminescence phenomenon underlies many investigative methods in the most diverse disciplines: analytical chemistry, geology, fault detection, paleontology, forensic medicine, and other. It comprises two types of emission: fluorescence and phosphorecence. In medical and biological research, fluorescence analysis has no equal in terms of availability of equipment, simplicity of procedure, reproducibility of results, and sensitivity to minute quantities of the biological sample. This popular...

Topics: science for everyone, mir publishers, health, disease, prevention, luminiscence, investigation,...

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Apr 27, 2018
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In this post we will see another problem book in mathematics titled Problems in Elementary Mathematics by V. Lidsky, L. Ovsyannikov, A. Tuliakov and M. Shabunin. This book is written by a group of Soviet mathematicians under the guidance of Professor Victor Lidsky D.Sc. (Phys. & Maths). It includes advanced problems in elementary mathematics with hints and solutions. In each section - algebra, geometry and trigonometry - the problems are arranged in the order of increasing difficulty. There...

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May 6, 2022
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A book describing various infectious diseases.

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In this post, we will see the book A Planet of Riddles by E. Novikov. About the book (from the back cover): This book is about our planet, the Earth we know so well. But is it then a planet of riddles? Read this book, and you will see that it is. Whence the strange names of the sections: "Embracing the Boundless", "Seeing the Invisible"? Has the author forgotten Kozma Prutkov's aphorism: "You can't embrace the boundless"? Not at all! But he does not agree. The...

Topics: geology, physics, mir books, mir publishers, rocks, soil, climate, oceans, tides, permafrost

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This book is a compilation of essays by the author on various topics, and the central theme is that of physics and physicists. From the introduction: Isaak Kikoin was one of those brilliant physicists who played a crucial role in the development of Soviet science. From the back cover The book contains some of the articles Academician Kiokin published in the Kvant journal. The author describes in these articles the advance of Soviet physics as he witnessed it, his encounters and work with other...

Topics: physics. mir publishers, biographies, quantum physics, soviet, physical quantities, philosophy,...

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The gravitational field is constructed as a physical field in the spirit of Faraday and Maxwell, and this field has energy, momentum, and spins 2 and 0. In this post we see book titled The Relativistic Theory of Gravitation by A. A. Logunov and M. A. Mestvirishvili. If you think the title is a bit scary, then it is. Without a proper background in General Relativity (GR) and associated subjects (tensor calculus, etc.) this book is not readable. The topics are mostly at advanced level and already...

Topics: cosmology, einstein, equivalence principle, general relativity, geodesics, gravitational waves, mir...

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Aug 15, 2013
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Few discoveries have had as much impact on our perception of human thought as Gödel’s proof in 1930 that any logical system such as usual rules of arithmetic, must be inevitably incomplete, i.e. , must contain statements which are true but can never be proved. Professor Uspensky’s makes both a precise statement and also a proof of Gödel’s startling theorem understandable to someone without any advanced mathematical training, such as college students or even ambitious high school...

Topics: mathematics. logic, godel, incompleteness theorem, mir publishers, propositional calculus,...

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Jan 31, 2014
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Remarkable Curves by A. I. Markushevich in Little Mathematics Library As the title suggests the books takes the reader through various curves and how they can be materialised, just have a look at the table of contents below. The preface of the book says: This book has been written mainly for high school students, but it will also be helpful to anyone studying on their own whose mathematical education is confined to high school mathematics. The book is based on a lecture I gave to Moscow...

Topics: mathematics, curves, equations, graphs, locus, exponential, cycloids, little mathematics library,...

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Sep 5, 2020
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Volume 1 of this course of theoretical physics deals with the fundamental laws of physics. The text lucidly presents for students and workers in theoretical physics the fundamental principles underlying the findings of experimental physics. It gives a unified presentation of classical mechanics, electrodynamics, and quantum mechanics and provides an excellent foundation for the study of more advanced topics in atomic, molecular, and solid-state physics. Fundamental laws can be read by students...

Topics: mirtitles, mir publishers, physics, theoretical, fundamental laws, classical mechanics, quantum...

LENIN'S SMILE - SOVIET CHILDREN'S BOOK, ENGLISH, EKTARA, MIR PUBLISHERS, MOSCOW, NIKOLAI BOGDANOV

Topics: LENIN'S SMILE - SOVIET CHILDREN'S BOOK, ENGLISH, EKTARA, MIR PUBLISHERS, MOSCOW, NIKOLAI BOGDANOV

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The book contains a collection of 1351 problems (with answers) in plane and solid geometry for technical schools and colleges. The problems are of varied content, involving calculations, proof, construction of diagrams, and determination of the spatial location of geometrical points. It gives sufficient problems to meet the needs of students for practical work in geometry, and the requirements of the teacher for varied material for tests, etc. The book was translated from the Russian by Oleg...

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Aug 16, 2013
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The book acquaints the reader with complex numbers and functions of a complex argument (including Zhukovskyâs function as applied to the construction of a wing section). The material is presented in a geometric form. Complex numbers are considered as directed line segments and functions as mappings. To prepare the reader to such an understanding of complex numbers, we begin with a geometric interpretation of real numbers and operations on them. The book is based on a lecture delivered by the...

Topics: mathematics, little mathematics library, mir publishers, complex numbers, conformal mappings,...

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May 4, 2018
05/18

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When solving a geometrical problem it is helpful ti imagine what would happen to the elements of the figure under consideration if some of its points started moving. The relationships between various geometrical objects may then become clear graphically and the solution of the problem may become obvious. The relationships between magnitudes of segments, angles and so on in geometrical figures are usually more complicated than the relationship between their rates of change when the figure is...

Topics: mathematics, problems, kinematics, problem solving, geometry, vectors, algebra, little mathematics...

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Aug 16, 2013
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In this booklet we shall consider some simple methods of plotting graphs from given formulas. We shall be dealing here with graphs of a different kind, with graphs that must be plotted from given mathematical formulas. A need for such graphs often arises in various fields of knowledge. Thus, in analysing the theoretical course of some physical process, a scientist obtains a formula yielding some magnitude with which he is concerned, for example, the amount of product obtained relative to time....

Topics: mathematics, little mathematics library, mir publishers, plotting, graphs, functions, numbers,...

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Aug 16, 2020
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This book, " Quasiparticles (Ideas and principles of solid state quantum physics) ", was written by two outstanding specialists in the solid state quantum theory. The book is meant for a broad circle of readers. It contains no complicated mathematical formulas, nor derivations of them. The authors base the presentation on analogies, assuming their readers to possess certain degree of intuition in the field of physics. The book tells how atomic particles move inside solids, what is...

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Topics: mirtitles, mir books, mir publishers, quantum mechanics, elementary particles, electrons, photons,...

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Aug 19, 2013
08/13

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Fundamental Laws of Mechanics was first published in English by Mir in 1980. Currently there is 2002 reprint still in stock from CBS Publishers. The objective of this book is to draw the readers’ attention to the basic laws of mechanics, that is, to the laws of motion and to laws of conservation of energy, momentum and angular momentum, as well as to show how these laws are to be applied in solving various scientific problems. At the same time author has excluded all things of minor...

Topics: mechanics, physics, netwon's laws, momentum, relativity, conservation, angular momentum,, irodov,...

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May 18, 2018
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M.L. Krasnov; A.I. Kiselev; G.I. Makarenko.

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In this post, we will see the book Vector Analysis by M.L. Krasnov, A.I. Kiselev, G.I. Makarenko. About the book: The present collection of problems in vector analysis contains the required minimum of problems and exercises for the course of vector analysis of engineering colleges. Each section starts with a brief review of theory and detailed solutions of a sufficient number of typical problems. The text contains 100 worked problems and there are 314 problems left to the student. There...

Topics: mir publishers, mathematics, problem books, vector, analysis, scalar, field, potential, curvilinear...

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May 7, 2018
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In this post we will see Aerodynamics 1 : Fundamentals of Theory. Aerodynamics of an Airfoil and a Wing by N. F. Krasnov . The present textbook, in addition to the general laws of flow of a fluid, treats the application of aerodynamics, chiefly in rocketry and modern hi-speed aviation. The book consists of two parts, each forming a separate volume. The first of them concerns the fundamental concepts and definitions of aerodynamics and the theory of flow over an airfoil and a wing,...

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Nov 2, 2021
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A textbook for secondary medical schools

Topics: medicine, disease, treatment, symptoms, mir publishers, soviet, patients, infections, virus,...

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Dec 17, 2015
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Physics is an experimental science since it studies the fundamental laws of nature by direct experimentation The first step in becoming an accomplished physicist is mastering of the techniques of physical experimentation. This book is a collection of articles from the Russian journal Kvant (Quantum). All the issues of Kvant are available freely online in Russian here , and the official website is here . As far as I know, there are no translations available. May be in the future I will try to...

Topics: experiments, hands on, kikoin, kitchen, mir publishers, physics, popular science, science, science...

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Nov 4, 2018
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Here is a fascinating and non-technical introduction to ubiquitous effects of symmetry. Starting with geometrical elements of symmetry, the author reveals the beauty of symmetry in the laws of physics, biology, astronomy and chemistry. He shows that symmetry and asymmetry form the foundations of relativity, quantum mechanics, solid-state physics, and atomic, sub-atomic and elementary particle physics and so on. The author would like to attract the reader's attention to the very idea of...

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Aug 16, 2013
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In this booklet the author did not pursue the aim of presenting the basic properties of inequalities and made an attempt only to familiarize students of senior classes with some particularly remarkable inequalities playing an important role in various sections of higher mathematics and with their use for finding the greatest and the least values of quantities and for calculating some limits. The book contains 63 problems, 35 of which are provided with detailed solutions, composing thus its main...

Topics: little mathematics library, mathematics, mir publishers, bernoulli inequality, extremal values,...

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Jan 23, 2019
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In this post, we will look at the book Units of Physical Quantities and their Dimensions by L. A. Sena. The present book sets out in detail the principles of constructing systems of units, and also the fundamentals of the theory of dimensions. Together with detailed information on the SI system, which is the preferable one at present, a description is given of other systems of units, and also of some non-system units having practical significance. The book is intended for students of...

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Aug 16, 2013
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The booklet deals with a fundamental method of analytical geometry and its ability to describe geometrical figures through equations. This method permits geometrical study and solution of geometrical problems by algebraic means, thus making a visual representation of complex spatial configurations superfluous. Considerable attention has been devoted to the question of representing geometrical figures through equations, which is often difficult for those who being to study the method of...

Topics: little mathematics library, mathematics, mir publishers, coordinates, figures by equations,...

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Jun 1, 2022
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This handbook is a continuation of the Handbook of Elementary Mathematics by the same author and includes material usually studied in mathematics courses of higher educational institutions. The designation of this handbook is two fold. Firstly, it is a reference work in which the reader can find definitions (what is a vector product?) and factual information, such as how to find the surface of a solid of revolution 6r how to expand a function in a trigonometrie series, and so on. Definitions,...

Topics: mathematics, partial differential equations, calculus, analytic geometry, curves, series, analysis,...

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This collection of questions and problems in physics is in tended for the students of correspondence courses and evening classes in interm ediate colleges and is in accord w ith the existing curriculum. The purpose of this book is to teach the students how to solve problem s in physics. This should stimulate correspondence course students to work independently, encourage them to accumulate an adequate theoretical background, and develop in them the requisite aptitude for practical activity...

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About the book Professor N. Glinka's textbook systematizes the theoretical aspects and includes an extensive collection of reference data tor the course in general chemistry. Great attention is given to the structure of atoms and molecules, the laws of chemical reactions, and oxidation-reduction, processes. The book has been very popular in the Soviet Union and other countries for many years. During the author's life, it saw 12 editions in Russian and was repeatedly published in other...

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