Man's mark on the land ; the changing environment from the stone age to the age of smog, sewage, and tar on your feet

by Gregor, Arthur S.

Format: Print Book 1974
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Carnegie Library of McKeesport - Duquesne Non Fiction 301.3109 G861
Location  Carnegie Library of McKeesport - Duquesne
Collection  Non Fiction
Call Number  301.3109 G861
In 1821, the French mathematician Augustin-Louis Cauchy published Cours d'Analyse de L'cole Royale Polytechnique, a textbook designed to teach his students the basic theorems of calculus in as rigorous a way as possible. Cauchy was a pioneer of mathematical analysis, a branch of mathematics concerned with the idea of a limit, whether of a sequence or of a function. This book consists of 12 chapters that discuss real functions, infinitely small and large quantities, substitution groups, symmetrical functions, unknown variables, imaginary functions, and rational fractions in a recurrent series. It also provides formulas for solving various problems, such as converting the sine and cosine of a multiple polynomial arc and the Lagrange interpolation. Cauchy built on the work of Leibniz and Newton and is generally regarded as one of the greatest mathematicians in history. This is a reissue of one of his most important contributions.
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Subjects Human ecology -- History -- Juvenile literature.
Nature -- Effect of human beings on -- Juvenile literature.
Human ecology.
Nature -- Effect of human beings on.
Publisher New York :Scribner,1974
Language English
Description 120 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Notes Bibliography: pages 116-117.
ISBN 0684137402
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