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by P. J. Hilton

Author: P. J. Hilton
Subcategory: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1958 edition (March 31, 1968)
Pages: 68 pages
Category: Math and Science
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THIS book is intended to provide the university student in the physical sciences with information about the differential calculus which he is likely to need. The techniques described are presented with due regard for their theoretical basis; but the emphasis is on detailed discussion of the ideas of the differ ential calculus and on the avoidance of false statements rather than on complete proofs of all results

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Find out more about the Kindle Personal Document Service. Library of Mathematics-(i) Linear Equations by P. M. Cohn (ii) Sequences and Series by J. A. Green, (iii) Differential Calculus by P. J. Hilton, (iv) Elementary Differential Equations and Operators by G. E. H. Reuter (Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1958), 5s. each. Volume 12, Issue 1. R. P. Gillespie. Find out more about sending content to Google Drive.

Differential Calculus. Part of the Library of Mathematics book series (LIMA)

Differential Calculus. Part of the Library of Mathematics book series (LIMA). THIS book is intended to provide the university student in the physical sciences with information about the differential calculus which he is likely to need. The techniques described are presented with due regard for their theoretical basis; but the emphasis is on detailed discussion of the ideas of the differ­ ential calculus and on the avoidance of false statements rather than on complete proofs of all results. Series: Library of Mathematics. Ledermann, Walter 1962.

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THIS book, like its predecessors in the same series, is in tended primarily to serve the needs of the university student in the physical sciences

THIS book, like its predecessors in the same series, is in tended primarily to serve the needs of the university student in the physical sciences. However, it begins where a really elementary treatment of the differential calculus (e. g., Dif ferential Calculus,t in this series) leaves off. The study of physical phenomena inevitably leads to the consideration of functions of more than one variable and their rates of change; the same is also true of the study of statistics, economics, and sociology.

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Hilton: Partial Derivatives. Differential Calculus. Chapter 1. Introduction to Coordinate Geometry. Chapter 2. Rate of Change and Differentiation. Chapter 3. Maxima and Minima and Taylor's Theorem. Answers to Exercises.

THIS book is intended to provide the university student in the physical sciences with information about the differential calculus which he is likely to need. The techniques described are presented with due regard for their theoretical basis; but the emphasis is on detailed discussion of the ideas of the differ­ ential calculus and on the avoidance of false statements rather than on complete proofs of all results. It is a frequent experi­ ence of the university lecturer that science students 'know how to differentiate', but are less confident when asked to say 'what ix means'. It is with the conviction that a proper understand­ ing of the calculus is actually useful in scientific work and not merely the preoccupation of pedantic mathematicians that this book has been written. The author wishes to thank his colleague and friend, Dr. W. Ledermann, for his invaluable suggestions during the prepara­ tion of this book. P. J. HILTON The University. Manchester . . . Contents PAGE Preface V CHAPTER I Introduction to Coordinate Geometry I 6 2 Rate of Change and Differentiation I. The meaning of 'rate of change' 6 2. Limits 9 3. Rules for differentiating IS 4. Formulae for differentiating 21 Exerc-bses 2 3 3 Maxima and Minima and Taylor's Theorem 34 I. Mean Value Theorem 34 2. Taylor's Theorem 41 3. Maxima and minima 45 4.