
#1
Dec307, 07:45 PM

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Someone can recommend some good mathematics dictionary or handbook which is comprehensive, completeness and which states the mathematical notions clearly.
Thanks! 



#2
Dec307, 10:51 PM

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I don't really think such a thing is possible, but you can try:
Abramowitz and Stegun, 10th edition and The OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences for starters. 



#3
Dec407, 08:52 AM

P: 107

Why not just use Mathworld, Wikipedia or other online resources instead? Can be much more comprehensive than any printed volume can ever be.




#4
Dec407, 08:59 AM

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Mathematics Dictionary
Dictionary of Applied math for engineers and scientists. CRC Press.




#5
Dec707, 04:21 AM

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"Mathematical Handbook for Scientists and Engineers, definitions, theorems and formulas for reference and review" written by Granino A. Korn and Theresa M. Korn, Dover publications, Inc. ISBN 0486411478




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Dec707, 02:25 PM

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