Next >

New York, NY: Time Incorporated, 1963. Text/BRAND NEW. Illustrated boards/NF w/light rubs to corner tips, edges & surfaces. DJ/None (as Issued?) Survey of the history and development of mathematics. 8 chapters: Chapter 1, Numbers: A Long Way from One to Zero; 2, The Shapely Thinking of the Ancient Greeks; 3, An Alphabet for Deciphering the Unknown; 4, A Happy Marriage of Curves & Quantities; 5, Mastering the Mysteries of Movement; 6, Figuring the Odd in an Uncertain World; 7, A Logical Leap Into the Wild Blue Yonder; and, 8, Mathematics Today: Deeds, Doubts, Dreams. Strong copy.. First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/None (as Issued?).

$24.50

New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1915. 1915 vintage, highschool, mathematics textbook. Primary, historical resource to algebra as was taught a century ago in California. Text/Near new w/light soiling. Maroon linen boards/Good; sound w/marked fading & discoloration. DJ/None. PO name to front cover verso (Algebra 1st Year, Freshman, UUHS, Mendocino County, CA), pencilled notes to rear cover verso. 322 pgs in 14 chapters followed by 7 appendices.. First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Vintage/Algebra Textbook.

$28.50

Toronto, Canada: D. Van Nostrand Company, 1939. Text/Bright, clean As New. Maroon linen boards w/gilt embossed title to spine/Fine. DJ/None. Textbook. Data visualization. Beautiflly illustrated work by Charles Elmer Rowe (1879 -) of the Univ. of Texas. First published in 1939, which is now introduced by Print-on-Demand softcover editions; this 12th printing of 1947. 299 pgs in 14 chapters. Representation of 3-D objects in two dimensions by using a specific set of procedures. The resulting techniques are of important consequen in engineering, architecture, and arts. Chapters are: 1, Introduction; 2, Principal Views; 3, Auxiliary Views; 4, Oblique Views; 5, Line & Plane Problems; 6, Surfaces & Developments; 7, Surfaces & Intersections; 8, Warped Surfaces; 9, Geology & Mining Probelms; 10, Engineering Problems; 11, The Mongean Method of Descriptive Geometry; 12, Shades & Shadows; 13, Perspective Drawing; and 14. Problems.. First Edition, 12th Printing, 1947. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/No Jacket. Vintage/Descriptive Geometry.

$38.50

Belmont, CA: Brooks Cole/Cengage Learning, 2012. Text/Hi-lighting (yellow asterisk)to pgs 942 & 943, and folded corner to Appendix A63, else Bright, Clean, As New. Calculs textbook & resource/reference. 1194 pages, followed by separately numbered pages for Appendix I (answers to odd-numbered exercises) & Reference.. 7th Edition, 2nd Printing. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/None as Issued.

$94.50

Boston, MA: D.C. Heath & Co, 1937. Text/NEW & Bright. Embossed, dark maroon linen boards/VG; sound w/light edge rubs. DJ/None. PO name dated 1944 to front cover verso. This 1937 expanded Alternate Edition was issued in response for a new set of problems to the former edition of 1925. 296 pgs followed by 18 pgs of answers to chapter problems. Text in 8 chapters: I, Cartesian Coordinates; II, Curves & Equations; III, The Straight Line; IV, The Circle; V, The Parabola; VI, The Ellipse; VII, The Hyperbola; VIII, Transformation of Coordinates & Simplifications of Equations; IX, Polar Equations; X, Higher Plane Curves; XI, Tangents & Normals; XII, Graphs of Functions & Empirical Equations; and XIII, Solid Analytical Geometry.. First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/No Jacket. Vintage/Analytic Geometry.

$32.50

New York, NY: Harper Torchbook/Harper & Row, 1962. Torchbooks TB 549.Text/BRAND NEW. Illustrated olive green soft cover/NF w/trace edge rubs & faint creasing to upper front corner. PO label to lower fEP. German mathematician and philosopher Werner Karl Heisenberg (1901 - 76) received the Nobel Prize 1932 for developing a system of quantum mechanics based on matrix algebra and his discovery of the allotropic forms of hydrogen. In this discourse considers the philosophical implications of new, experiementally verified physical theories and some likely social consequences. How will man now view his position in the universe? What of the response of the rest of the world to what is a Western conceptual change? 11 chapters: I, An Old & New Tradition; II, The History of Quantum Theory; III, The Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Theory; IV, Quantum Theory & the Roots of Atomic Science; V, The Development of Philosophical Ideas Since Decartes in Comparison with the New Situation in Quantum Theory; VI, The Relation of Quantum Theory to Other Parts of Natural Science; VII, The Theory of Relativity; VIII, Criticism & Counterproposals to the Copenhagen Interpretation of Quatum Theory; IX, Quantum Theory & the Structure of Matter; X, Lauguage & Reality in Modern Physics; and, XI, The Role of Modern Physics in Present Development of Human Thinking, followed by an Epilogue by Ruth Nanda Anshen. Fine copy.. First Edition, First Thus. Soft Cover. Near Fine/None as Issued.

$16.50

New York, NY: Dover, 1945. Two volume set. Physical description for both volumes: Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Illustrated soft covers/Fine. Both w/PO labels to fEP. Classic mathematical textbook first published in German & unformally translated by Frederick Bagemihl. Part I trans from 5th Edition, 1945; Part II trans from 4th Edition, 1945. Fine copies.. First American Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine/None as Issued.

$32.50

Boston, MA: Ginn & Company, 1933. Complementary Professional Copy. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright w/trace creasings to lower front corner of first pages. Illustrated orange linen boards/NF w/soil spots to leading front edge. DJ/None. LAID-IN: Publisher's promotional statement. Textbook. Course includes proofs of fundamental theorems and corollaries, and the subsidiary theorems listed either by The College Entrance Examination Board (established 1900), and/or by the Nat'l Committee of Mathematical Requirements (established 1922). Prefatory matter precedes 6 chapters: I, Lines & Planes in Space; II, Dihedral & Polyhedral Angles; III, Prisms & Cynclinders; IV, Pyramids & Cones; V, Spheres; and, VI, General Polyhedrons. Fine copy despite flaws and less dust jacket.. First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket.

$36.50

New York, NY: Dover, 1952. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Illustrated soft cover/NF showing light wear & faint discoloration. This volume contains additional problems in elementary theory of functions and some 230 problems in advanced theory of functions.. First American Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine/None as Issued.

$28.50

Oxford, UK: Pergamon Press, Ltd, 1971. Text/BRAND NEW w/trace wrinkling to lower text edge by spine. Pale blue linen boards w/gilt spine lettering/VG; Strong & sound w/color loss to lower edges by spine. DJ/None. PO name to fEP. Basic aspects of non-numerical computing such as permutations, partitions, and linear graphs. Introduction for the pure mathematician to high-speed computation. Text in 7 chapters: 1, A Language for Combinatorial Computing; 2, Language Implementation & Program Efficiency; 3, Computer Representation of Mathematical Objects; 4, Search & Enumeration --- Backtrack Programming; 5, Generation of Elementary Configurations; 6, Additional Basic Techniques & Manipulation; and, 7, Applications --- Advanced Algorithms followed by 3 appendices. Strong copy despite flaws... First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$74.50

New York, NY: Barnes & Noble, 1993. BRAND NEW Copy w/PO label to title page. Bi-color boards/Fine. DJ/Fine. Volume 2 of a set of 3. Survey of mathematics from 18 outstanding Russian mathematicians. First published iMoscow, 1956 ; this is the 1963 English translation by S.H. Gould, et al; published by Barnes & Noble by arrangement with M.I.T. Press. 394 pgs, this Vol 2 contains Parts 3 & 4, chapters VI through XIV, including material on both elementary and advanced levels in areas such as linear algebra, group theory, functional analysis, ordinary and partial differential equations, the theory of functions of real and complex variables, and related subjects, with emphasis on basic concepts. . First Edition, 3rd Printing. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/New. Text/English.

$36.50

New York, NY: Barnes & Noble, 1993. BRAND NEW Copy w/PO label to title page. Bi-color boards/Fine. DJ/Fine. Volume 3 of a set of 3. Survey of mathematics from 18 outstanding Russian mathematicians. First published iMoscow, 1956 ; this is the 1963 English translation by K. Hirsch; published by Barnes & Noble by arrangement with M.I.T. Press. 372 pgs, this Vol 3 contains Parts 5 & 6, chapters XV through XX, including material on both elementary and advanced levels in areas such as linear algebra, group theory, functional analysis, ordinary and partial differential equations, the theory of functions of real and complex variables, and related subjects, with emphasis on basic concepts. . First Edition, 3rd Printing. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/New. Text/English.

$32.50

New York, NY: Barnes & Noble, 1969. Text/NEW & Bright. Softcover VG; strong & sound w/trace edge wear. PO name to title page. Summary of essentials of physical chemistry designed to supplement and reinforce introductory college course in chemistry with emphasis on mathematical treatment. First published 1955; this 3rd Edition has new chapters on wave mechanics & atomic structure, mechanical structure and the chemical bond, and molecular spectroscopy. 257 pgs, 19 chapters w/review questions followed by 8 appendices (including answers to chapter exercises).. 3rd Edition, Reprint of 1972. Soft Cover. NEAR FINE/None as Issued.

$14.50

New York, NY: Touchstone/Simon & Schuster, 1971. Text/BRAAND NEW w/trace margin discoloration. Illustrated, white softcover/Fine. PO name to fEP"An introduction" to mathematical thought from prolific British philosopher, logician, and 1950 Nobel for Literature Bertrand Arthur William Russell (1872 - 1970). This book on mathematical logic was first issued in 1919; this is a 1971 reprint. 208 pgs in 18 chapters: 1, The Series of Natural Numbers; 2, Definition of Number; 3, Finitude & Mathematical Induction; 4, The Definition of Order; 5, Kinds of Relations; 6, Similarity of Relations; 7, Rational, Real, & Complex Numbers; 8, Infinite Cardinal Numbers; 9, Infinite Series & Ordinals; 10, Limits & Continuity; 11, Limits & Continuity of Functions; 12, Selections & the Multiplicative Axiom; 13, The Axion of Infinity & Logical Types; 14, Incompaatibility & the Theory of Deduction; 15, Propositional Functions; 16, Descrptions; 17, Classes; and 18, Mathematics & Logic.. First Edition, 2nd Printing. Soft Cover. NEAR FINE/None as Issued.

$22.50

New York, NY: Dover Publications, 1991. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Softcover/NF w/light edge rubs. Textbook for a first course in abstract analysis design to provide smooth transition from calculus. First published 1971; this is a 1991 Dover printing of the unabridged, revised edition. 341 pgs, 11 chapters: 1, Sets & Relations; 2, The Real Number System; 3, Linear Spaces; 4, Metric Spaces; 5, A Fixed-Point Theorem; Applications; 6, The Lebesgue Integral; 7, Normed Linear Spaces; 8, Approximation; 9, The Fundamental Theorems of Calculus; 10, The Stieltjes Integrals; and 11, Inner Product Spaces. . Dover Reprint. Soft Cover. NEAR FINE/None as Issued.

$14.50

New York, NY: Dover Publications, 1988. BRAND NEW COPY w/a whisper of edge rubs to softcover. Textbook designed for one-year introductory course to topology with a review of fundamental concepts in the theory of sets. First published 1961; this is a 1988 Dover unabridged reprint and revisions. 374 pgs, 8 chapters: 1, Topological Spaces & Functions; 2, The Elements of Point-Set Topology; 3, Further Topics in Point-Set Topology; 4, The Elements of Homotopy Theory; 5, Polytopes & Triangulated Spaces; 6, Simplicial Homology Theory; 7, Further Developments in Algebraic Topology; and 8, General Homology Theories.. Dover Reprint. Soft Cover. NEW/None (as Issued).

$14.50

Rio de Janeiro, Brasil: Guanabara Dois, 1983. Text/Bright, clean, and NEAR NEW. Softcover/NF; under plastic wraps w/tape residue to front & rear endpapers. PO name to fEP. Portuguese translation of "Mathematical Physics", classic text on applied mathematics in physics by Eugene I. Butkov, First Edition, Addison Wesley, 1968. 725 pgs. 16 chapters.. First Portuguese Edition, 2nd Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good/None as Issued. Text/Portuguese.

$94.50

Sao Paulo, Brazil: Editora Edgard Blucher/Univ De Sao Paulo, 1978. Text/NEW & Bright. Portuguese language text. Softcover/NF; under plastic w/tape remanents to endpapers. Introduction to functional analysis and the problem of Sturm-Liouville by Chaim Samuel Honig (1926 -) of the Univ of Sao Paulo. 131 pgs. chapters: I. Espacos de Banach; II, Espacos de Hilbert; III, Teoria dos Operadores; and IV, Aplicacoes.. First Edition, First Thus. Soft Cover. NEAR FINE/None as Issued. Text/Portuguese.

$16.50

NeW YORK, NY: Cambridge Univ Press, 1990. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Blue linen boards/Fine. DJ/None. 3rd Revised Editon of 1990. Monograph. Mathematics. Textbook. Based on lectures given at MITThis is the third, substantially revised edition of this important monograph. Volume centers on Kac-Moody algebras, a particular class of infinite-dimensional Lie algebras, and their representations.Text based on courses given over a number of years at MIT and in Paris. 400 pgs,. 10 chapters, each concluding with exercises. . Revised 3rd Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/No Jacket.

$48.50

New York, NY: Dover Publications, 1995. BRAND NEW Copy w/trace edge rubs to softcover. Mathematical modelling designed to aid mathematicians, physicists & other scientist to formulate equations from non-mathematical situations. First published 1978; this is a Dover reissue of the original. 269 pgs. 6 chapters: 1, What is a Model?; 2, The Different Types of Model; 3, How to Formulate a Model; 4, How Should a Model be Manipulated into Its Most Responsive Form;?; and 5, How Should a Model be Evaluated?, followed by appendices.. Dover Reprint. Soft Cover. NEW/None as Issued.

$10.50

Next >