The Calculus for Engineers and Physicists: Integration and Differentiation, with Applications to Technical Problems ; with Classified Reference Tables of Integrals and Methods of Integration
Griffin, 1897 - 176 Seiten
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angle arc length area swept ax² axes axis base bending moment C₂ called centre circular circular sector Classified List co-ordinates cosine curve definite diagram differential coefficient differential equation double integration dX dx EDITION Engineers equal EXETER STREET factor foot length formula function given gives gradient graphic representation height hyperbolic functions Illustrations increase increment indefinite integral independent variables integration constant inverse latitude limiting values load logarithms lower limit maximum mean measured method multiplied negative positive integer practical Prof q)dx quantity radius ratio rectangular result scale second gradient sectorial slope solution sphere spherical surface spherical volume strip subtangent symbol t₁ t₂ taken tangent tion triangular areas upper velocity whole written x-gradient X'dx x₁ zero
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