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Handbook of Mathematical Functions: with Formulas, Graphs, and Mathematical Tables (Dover Books on Mathematics) Paperback – June 1, 1965
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Event today with software like Mathematica this book will still be useful, specially in those cases in which the software just doesnt give you the correct or expected answer. Im an EE grad student, and this book by Abramowitz coupled with Table of Integrals, Series, and Products, Eighth Edition have provided me with many useful analytic solutions to very difficult integrals and functions which appear in engineering, I highly recommend both books.
-- Encyclopedia Of Mathematics (Science Encyclopedia)
-- The Princeton Companion to Mathematics
-- Handbook of Mathematical Functions: with Formulas, Graphs, and Mathematical Tables (Dover Books on Mathematics)
-- NIST Handbook of Mathematical Functions (Being of course the 2010 update of the Abramowitz classic above).
Given these four, there is hardly a topic from among the current 495 math fields of study that isn't at least explained in enough detail to save LOTS of time on link expeditions. At minimum, these give head starts on alphabetized keywords that will quickly fill holes in any research project, class, or syllabus.
I used the volume available in my work's library during many years.
However, I retired recently and rushed to get my own copy.
There seems to be be other similar books, some with added
material, but this Handbook is good enough.
Carlos Alberto Dantas Moura