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Pocket Book of Integrals and Mathematical Formulas, 5th Edition covers topics ranging from precalculus to vector analysis and from Fourier series to statistics, presenting numerous worked examples to demonstrate the application of the formulas and methods. This popular pocket book is an essential source for students of calculus and higher mathematics courses. It also provides an easy-to-use, accessible reference for mathematicians, engineers, scientists, and others seeking vital mathematical formulas, concepts, and definitions.

Enlarging the type without sacrificing special topics involving financial mathematics and number theory, this 5th Edition:

Includes several classic calculus applications that illustrate the power and practical use of calculus Discusses an interesting offshoot of Fermat's last theorem, namely, near misses Reformats and revises the table of integrals for improved clarity and accuracy Through careful selection of topics and detail, Pocket Book of Integrals and Mathematical Formulas, 5th Edition remains a portable yet comprehensive resource for students and professionals, containing the most important mathematical formulas for engineering and scientific applications.

Preface to the Fifth Edition Preface to the Fourth Edition Preface to the Third Edition Preface to the Second Edition Preface to the First Edition Author Greek Letters Elementary Algebra and Geometry Fundamental Properties (Real Numbers) Exponents Fractional Exponents Irrational Exponents Logarithms Factorials Binomial Theorem Factors and Expansion Progression Complex Numbers Polar Form Permutations Combinations Algebraic Equations Geometry Pythagorean Theorem Determinants, Matrices, and Linear Systems of Equations Determinants Evaluation by Cofactors Properties of Determinants Matrices Operations Properties Transpose Identity Matrix Adjoint Inverse Matrix Systems of Linear Equations Matrix Solution Trigonometry Triangles Trigonometric Functions of an Angle Trigonometric Identities Inverse Trigonometric Functions Analytic Geometry Rectangular Coordinates Distance between Two Points: Slope Equations of Straight Lines Distance from a Point to a Line Circle Parabola Ellipse Hyperbola (e > 1) Change of Axes General Equation of Degree 2 Polar Coordinates Curves and Equations Exponential Function (Half-Life) Series, Number Facts, and Theory Bernoulli and Euler Numbers Series of Functions Error Function Fermat's Little Theorem Fermat's Last Theorem Beatty's Theorem An Interesting Prime Goldbach Conjecture Twin Primes Collatz Conjecture Differential Calculus Notation Slope of a Curve Angle of Intersection of Two Curves Radius of Curvature Relative Maxima and Minima Points of Inflection of a Curve Taylor's Formula Indeterminant Forms Numerical Methods Functions of Two Variables Partial Derivatives Application of Derivatives Related Rate Problems Rectilinear Motion Applied Problem in Maximum and Minimum Integral Calculus Indefinite Integral Definite Integral Properties Common Applications of the Definite Integral Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates Double Integration Surface Area and Volume by Double Integration Centroid Applications of Integration Indefinite Integral The Definite Integral Vector Analysis Vectors Vector Differentiation Divergence Theorem (Gauss) Stokes' Theorem Planar Motion in Polar Coordinates Geostationary Satellite Orbit Special Functions Hyperbolic Functions Gamma Function (Generalized Factorial Function) Laplace Transforms z-Transform Fourier Series Functions with Period Other than 2Ï Bessel Functions Legendre Polynomials Laguerre Polynomials Hermite Polynomials Orthogonality Differential Equations First-Order, First-Degree Equations Second-Order Linear Equations (with Constant Coefficients) Runge Kutta Method (of Order 4) Statistics Arithmetic Mean Median Mode Geometric Mean Harmonic Mean Variance Standard Deviation Coefficient of Variation Probability Binomial Distribution Mean of Binomially Distributed Variable Normal Distribution Poisson Distribution Empirical Distributions Estimation Hypotheses Testing t-Distribution Hypothesis Testing with t- and Normal Distributions Chi-Square Distribution Least Squares Regression Nonlinear Regression Analysis The F-Distribution (Analysis of Variance) Summary of Probability Distributions Sample Size Determinations Financial Mathematics Simple Interest True Interest Formula (Loan Payments) Loan Payment Schedules Loan Balance Calculation Accelerated Loan Payment Lump Sum Payment Compound Interest Time to Double (Your Money) Present Value of a Single Future Payment Regular Saving to Accumulate a Specified Amount Monthly Payments to Achieve a Specified Amount Periodic Withdrawals from an Interest-Bearing Account Periodic Withdrawals That Maintain the Principal Time to Deplete an Interest-Bearing Account with Periodic Withdrawals Amounts to Withdraw for a Specified Number of Withdrawals I: Payments at the End of Each Year Amounts to Withdraw for a Specified Number of Withdrawals II: Payments at the Beginning of Each Year Present Value of Regular Payments Annuities The In-Out Formula Stocks and Stock Quotations Bonds Tax-Free Yield Stock Options (Puts and Calls) Market Averages Mutual and Quotations Dollar Cost Averaging Moving Average Table of Derivatives Table of Integrals: Indefinite and Definite Integrals Appendix Index

Ronald J. Tallarida holds a BS and MS in physics/mathematics and a Ph.D in pharmacology. His primary appointment is professor of pharmacology at Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. For more than 30 years, he also served as adjunct professor of biomedical engineering at Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, where he received the Lindback Award for distinguished teaching of mathematics. He has published more than 290 works, been the recipient of NIH research grants, and served as consultant to industry and government agencies. His research interests include the mathematical modeling of biological systems, feedback control, and the action of drugs and drug combinations.