



Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions (Dover Books on Mathematics)
Brief but rigorous, this text is geared toward advanced undergraduates and graduate students. It covers the coordinate system, planes and lines, spheres, homogeneous coordinates, general equations of the second degree, quadric in Cartesian coordinates, and intersection of quadrics.
Mathematician, physicist, and astronomer, William...   Mathematics of Classical and Quantum PhysicsThis book is designed as a companion to the graduate level physics texts on classical mechanics, electricity, magnetism, and quantum mechanics. It grows out of a course given at Columbia University and taken by virtually all first year graduate students as a fourth basic course, thereby eliminating the need to cover this mathematical material in a...   An Introduction to Matrices, Sets and Groups for Science StudentsTHIS book is written primarily for undergraduate students of science and engineering, and presents an elementary introduction to some of the major branches of modern algebra  namely, matrices, sets and groups. Of these three topics, matrices are of especial importance at undergraduate level, and consequently more space is devoted to their study... 



The Theory of SpinorsDescribes orthgonal and related Lie groups, using real or complex parameters and indefinite metrics. Develops theory of spinors by giving a purely geometric definition of these mathematical entities. Covers generalities on the group of rotations in ndimensional space, the theory of spinors in spaces of any number of dimensions and much more. ...     Making Your Own TelescopeComplete, detailed instructions and numerous diagrams for constructing a doityourself telescope. No complicated mathematics are involved, and no prior knowledge of optics or astronomy is needed to follow the text's stepbystep directions. Contents cover, among other topics, materials and equipment; tube parts and alignment; eyepieces, and... 


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