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Useful Mathematical and Physical Formulae

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A compact volume of mathematical and physical formulae presented in a concise manner for general use.

Collected in this book are commonly used formulae for studies such as quadratics, calculus and trigonometry; in addition are simplified explanations of Newton's Laws of Gravity and Snell's Laws of Refraction.

A glossary, a table of mathematical and physical constants, and a
Hardcover, 64 pages
Published April 1st 2001 by Walker & Company
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This is the book you need if you want to go back in time and be a math God. Seriously. Also a very useful book for sorcerers of all kinds.
Very useful, condensed, to-the-point, little book. Cute illustrations.
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Matthew Watkins completed a PhD in mathematics in 1994, but has always been more interested in trying to understand what mathematics "is" and "where it comes from" (as well as trying to explain it to his non-mathematical friends) than pursuing a conventional research or teaching career.

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