By Bamberg P. G., Sternberg Sh.

After the fundamental theories of differential and indispensable calculus are defined, they're utilized to attention-grabbing difficulties in optics, electronics (networks), electrostatics, wave dynamics and eventually, to classical thermodynamics.

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