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mathematical handbook
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authors
Boryana Milkoeva Hristina Beeva Dacho Beev
PREFACE
Measures – transform factors
Mathematical symbols. Greek alphabet. Important constants
MATHEMATICS
1. Mathematical logic. Boolean operations
2. Sets
3. Systems of numeration
4. Algorithms
5. Combinatorics
6. Graph theory
7. Coding theory
ALGEBRA
I. ARITHMETIC
1. Number sets
2. Set of natural numbers N
3. Division of natural numbers
4. Common fractions
5. Decimal fractions. Percent and ratio
6. Set of real numbers R
7. Number intervals
8. Absolute value (module) of a real number
9. Exponents and roots of real numbers
10. Algebraic expressions – formulas for abbreviated multiplication and factorization of a polynomial to factors
11. Logarithmic and antilogarithmic transformation of real numbers
12. Number sequences
13. Progressions
14. Some numerical inequalities
15. Set of complex numbers C
II. LINEAR ALGEBRA
1. Determinants
2. Matrices
3. Systems of linear equations
III. LINEAR PROGRAMMING
1. Linear programming in two dimensions geometric approach
2. Simplex method
3. Transportation problem
IV. TYPES OF FUNCTIONS OF ONE INDEPENDENT VARIABLE, EQUATIONS, INEQUALITIES AND SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES
1. Linear function, equation, inequalitie and simultaneous equations and inequalities
2. Fractionallinear function, fractionallinear equations and inequalities
3. Quadratic function, quadratic equations and inequalities
4. Functions consisting of modules, module equations and inequalities
5. Cubic function, cubic equations and inequalities
6. Integer rational function of fourth power, equations and inequalities
7. Fractionrational function, fractionrational equations and inequalities
8. Power function, power equations and inequalities of integer degree
9. Irrational function, irrational equations and inequalities
10. Exponential function, exponential equations and inequalities
11. Logarithmic function, logarithmic equations and inequalities
12. Trigonometric functions, identities, equations and inequalities
13. Inverse trigonometric functions and identities
14. Hyperbolic functions and identities
15. Inverse hyperbolic functions and identities
V. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS OF A FUNCTION OF ONE INDEPENDENT VARIABLE
1. Properties of a numerical function
2. Some nonelementary functions of one independent variable
3. Some elementary functions of one independent variable – domains and ranges
4. Limit of function
5. Function continuity
6. Derivative of a function
7. Some higher order derivatives of functions
8. Function analysis
VI. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS OF TWO AND MORE INDEPENDENT VARIABLES. IMPLICIT FUNCTIONS
1. Functions of two or more independent variables
2. Partial derivatives
3. Implicit functions
VII. INTEGRAL CALCULUS
1. Indefinite integrals
2. Definite (Riemann’s) integrals
3. Improper integrals
4. Applications of definite integrals
5. Integrals depending on a parameter
VIII. VECTOR ANALYSIS
IX. MULTIPLE INTEGRATION
1. Double integrals
2. Triple integrals
3. Application of double and triple integrals in geometry
4. Curvilinear integrals
5. Surface integrals
X. INFINITE SERIES
1. Number series
2. Infinite series of functions
XI. COMPLEX ANALYSIS
XII. OPERATIONAL CALCULUS
1. Laplace’s transforms
2. Fourier’s transforms
XIII. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
1. Ordinary differential equations
2. Partial differential equations
XIV. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
1. Numerical solution of equations
2. Numerical differentiation
3. Numerical integration
XV. SPECIAL FUNCTIONS AND ORTHOGONAL POLYNOMIALS
1. Exponential integral functions
2. Euler’s integrals
3. Error function, Frenel integrals, Zeta function
4. Bessel functions
5. Hypergeometric functions
6. Elliptic functions
7. Orthogonal polynomials
XVI. PROBABILITY THEORY
XVII. STATISTICS
1. Number characteristic of average
2. Measuring the dispersion of data around a mean
3. Number characteristic of a random variable
4. Estimating the mean – confidence integral
5. Test of hypotheses
6. Linear regression and correlation
XVIII. MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE
1. Simple and compound interest
2. Discount and annuity
3. Capital public securities – bonds and stocks
GEOMETRY
I. PLANE GEOMETRY
1. Axioms of the plane geometry
2. Angle. Proportional line segments
3. Vectors
4. Some loci in the plane
5. Congruence. Criteria for congruence of triangles
6. Homothety. Criteria for homothety of triangles
7. Triangle
8. Quadrilateral
9. Polygon
10. Circle
II. SOLID GEOMETRY
1. Axioms of the solid geometry
2. Parallel and perpendicularity
3. Parallel and orthogonal projection. Angles in the space
4. Geometric solid
5. Edgy solids (polyhedrons)
6. Circular solids
7. Spherical trigonometry
8. Areas of surfaces and volumes of edged and circular solids
9. Area of a sphere, volume of a sphere and its segments
III. PLANE ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY
1. Coordinate systems in the plane
2. Transformation of the coordinate system
3. Vector  operations
4. Division of a segment in a given ratio
5. Equations of a straight line
6. Conic sections
7. General equation of second degree curves
8. Some plane curves
IV. SOLID ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY
1. Coordinate systems in the space
2. Vector – operations
3. Equations of a plane and a straight line
4. Surfaces
V. DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY
APPLICATIONS

editors
Ph D Kostadin Beev Kristina Beeva

isbn
9789548101028
pages
312 pages
sizes
14,5x20 cm

preface
The main purpose of the book “MАТHEMATICAL HANDBOOK” is to present school Students, applying to Mathematical Colleges and Universities, candidates for SAT I and SAT II, Students of Mathematics, Computer sciences, Economics, Engineering, Physics and other sciences full information on mathematics concepts, formulas, graphs, axioms, theorems and tables.
Moreover, this book is helpful to those Students who go to mathematics exams and competitions, where they can easily express their own ideas and thoughts by solving mathematical problems.
“Mathematical handbook” is written according to the newest educational programs and textbooks of this subject all over the world.
We would like to thank of the reviewer Prof. Dr Sci Jordan Tabov and publisher  graduate engineer Stoyan Beev for their professional help and valuable advice.
The authors



