Mathematics and the Laws of Nature: Developing the Language of Science (The History of Mathematics) by Ph.D. Tabak John
English | May 2011 | ISBN: 0816079439 | 244 Pages | PDF | 3,6 MB
Mathematics and the Laws of Nature, Revised Edition describes the evolution of the idea that nature can be described in the language of mathematics. Colorful chapters explore the earliest attempts to apply deductive methods to the study of the natural world.
This revised resource goes on to examine the development of classical conservation laws, including the conservation of momentum, the conservation of mass, and the conservation of energy. Chapters have been updated and revised to reflect recent information, including the mathematical pioneers who introduced new ideas about what it meant to solve an equation and the influential efforts of the mathematicians of the former Soviet Union.
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