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 Title: Applied Mathematics by Example
 Author(s) Jeremy Pickles
 Publisher: Ventus Publishing ApS
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 Language: English
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 ISBN13: 9788776816247
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Book Description
Stimulating, thoughtprovoking study shows how abstract methods of pure mathematics can be used to systematize problemsolving techniques in applied mathematics.
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 Applied Mathematics
 Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing
 Calculus and Mathematical Analysis
 Algebra, Abstract and Linear Algebra, etc.
 Differential Equations
 Applied Mathematics by Example: Theory (Jeremy Pickles)
 Applied Mathematics by Example: Exercises (Jeremy Pickles)
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