Dictionary of Mathematics by McGraw-Hill

Dictionary of Mathematics

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Paperback | January 27, 2003

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Derived from the content of the respected McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms Sixth Edition, each title provides thousands of definitions of words and phrases encountered in a specific discipline. All include:


* Pronunciation guide for every term
* Acronyms, cross-references, and abbreviations
* Appendices with conversion tables; listings of scientific, technical, and mathematical notation; tables of relevant data; and more
* A convenient, quick-find format

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Compiled by The Editorial Staff of the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology (New York City), one of the most skilled, experienced, and innovative teams in the field of scientific publishing.
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Title:Dictionary of MathematicsFormat:PaperbackPublished:January 27, 2003Publisher:McGraw-HillLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:007141049X

ISBN - 13:9780071410496

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Table of Contents

Preface

Staff

How to Use the Dictionary

Pronunciation Key

A-Z Terms

Appendix

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Excerpts of review by T.R. Faust, Burlington CollegeMcGraw-Hill derives these inexpensive subject-specific dictionaries from its Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, covering 110,000 terms. Libraries could not go wrong purchasing this recognized standard reference--either the parent or its offspring. Choosing which to purchase will probably present the greater challenge. Students may be more likely to favor these more focused titles, whereas librarians may be more enthralled with the larger, more encompassing mother work. ...The offspring reproduce the definitions of terms exactly as they appear in the mother work, with pronunciation but without illustrations. The appropriate appendixes areretained in the smaller volumes, but biographical entries are dropped.McGraw-Hill tends to include more appendixes [than competition], such as geological time scales andelectronic symbols...libraries will be well served by the McGraw-Hill titles. Summing Up: Highly recommended.