Oxford Users’ Guide to Mathematics
The Oxford Users’ Guide to Mathematics responds to the high standards required by the growing influence of computer science within the mathematical sciences and the increasingly close relationships between mathematics and the natural and engineering sciences. It conveys a lively, modern picture of mathematics aimed at a wide readership, including:
– students of high schools and undergraduates,
– graduate students of mathematics,
– students of engineering, natural sciences, economy, and other directions of study which require mathematical background,
– practitioners who work in these fields,
– teachers, both in schools and at universities.
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A student of medicine, for example, can find here an elementary introduction to the methods of mathematical statistics, which will hopefully be of use in the writing of a statistical part of a thesis. The following three chapters are devoted to the three basic pillars of mathematics:
– algebra, and