Preface; On the structure of mathematics; Brief summaries of topics; 1. Linear algebra; 2. e and d real analysis; 3. Calculus for vector-valued functions; 4. Point set topology; 5. Classical stokes' theorems; 6. Differential forms and Stokes' theorem; 7. Curvature for curves and surfaces; 8. Geometry; 9. Complex analysis; 10. Countability and the axiom of choice; 11. Algebra; 12. Lebesgue integration; 13. Fourier analysis; 14. Differential equations; 15. Combinatorics and probability; 16. Algorithms; A. Equivalence relations.
An essential resource for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students in quantitative subjects who need to quickly learn some serious mathematics.
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