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April 8th, 2019, 03:26 PM   #11
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Even if you did, you'll just be repeating what's been said before.
So one book for every topic in mathematics?
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Let’s be realistic, it’s just not feasible. What’s next, a whole book on the summation symbol?
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Let’s be realistic, it’s just not feasible. What’s next, a whole book on the summation symbol?
Just shows how wrong you can be.

Infinite Series

Tomlinson Fort

Oxford University Press



Theory and application of Infinite Series

Konrad Knopp

Hafner New York


An introduction to the Theory of Fourier's Series and Integrals

Carslaw

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Let’s be realistic, it’s just not feasible. What’s next, a whole book on the summation symbol?
Como on guys, i asked for some help, if you are not able to contribute do not write nonsense.

Look how wrong you are.

https://www.amazon.com/Summation-Dov...r=8-1-fkmrnull

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Interestingly I was looking for something else entirely (Generalised Fourier Transforms) in some opertaitonal maths books of mine and I came across a whole section of the use of continued products.
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If the series converges or diverges it's a calculus problem. No matter what exotic title you want to give your book, the principles remain the same.
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