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Advance engineering mathematics by Erwin kreysizg

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Mathematical methods in physical science by Mary l. Boas.

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Advance engineering mathematics by Erwin kreysizg

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Mathematical methods in physical science by Mary l. Boas.

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What about content, i mean which covers a wide area of subject?

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Infinite Series

Complex Numbers

Linear Algebra

Multivariate Calculus (Derivatives and integration)

Vector analysis

Fourier Series/Transforms

ODE's

Calculus of Variations

Tensor Analysis

Special Functions

Series solutions of diff eqns using special functions

PDE's

Complex analysis (residues, conformal mapping, etc.)

Probablility

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Please note that her chapter on Calculus of Variation alone is worth the price of the book!

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