By Jerome Spanier, Keith B. Oldham

ISBN-10: 0891165738

ISBN-13: 9780891165736

This moment version of An Atlas of services, with Equator, the Atlas functionality Calculator, offers accomplished details on numerous hundred capabilities or functionality households, of curiosity to all these scientists, engineers and mathematicians who're desirous about the quantitative points in their box. starting with easy integer-valued features, the ebook progresses to polynomials, exponential, trigonometric, Bessel, and hypergeometric services, in addition to many extra. The sixty five chapters are prepared approximately so as of accelerating complexity, mathematical sophistication being saved to a minimal whereas application is under pressure all through. as well as delivering definitions and easy homes for each functionality, every one bankruptcy catalogs extra advanced interrelationships in addition to the derivatives, integrals, Laplace transforms and different features of the functionality. a number of colour figures in 2 or three dimensions depict their form and qualitative beneficial properties and flesh out the reader’s familiarity with the capabilities. sometimes, the bankruptcy concludes with a concise exposition on a subject in utilized arithmetic linked to the actual functionality or functionality relatives. positive factors that make the Atlas a useful reference software, but easy to exploit, comprise: complete assurance of these functions—elementary and “special”—that meet daily wishes a standardized bankruptcy layout, making it effortless to find wanted details on such elements as: nomenclature, common habit, definitions, intrarelationships, expansions, approximations, limits, and reaction to operations of the calculus broad cross-referencing and accomplished indexing, with important appendices the inclusion of leading edge software--Equator, the Atlas functionality Calculator--on a CD with the print booklet obviating the necessity for tables or programming to discover numerical values (once put in onto your Windows-based computer, this detailed functionality calculator generates particular functionality values on call for) the inclusion of recent fabric facing fascinating purposes of a number of the functionality households, construction upon the favorable responses to related fabric within the first variation.

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For others, the reader is directed to Erdelyi. Magnus Oberhettinger and Tricomi [Higher Transcendental Functions. Volume 1, pages 38-391. 4:4 SPECIAL CASES When n is an even integer, the Bernoulli number B. is expressible as a zeta number (Chapter 3] 4:4:1 z,n n C(n) B. (n - I - j)! 4.... with Ba = 1. Recursion 4:5:1 is easily derived from the more compact expression 4:5:2 (n"B,=O J where (,) is the binomial coefficient [Chapter 6]. 4.... THE BERNOULLI NUMBERS, B. 37 4:9 4:6 EXPANSIONS Even-indexed Bernoulli numbers are expansible as 2n r B.

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The function f(x) = 1l(bx + c) is defined by the same operations followed by division into unity. The linear function is completely characterized when its values, f, and f2. are known at two (distinct) arguments, x, and x2. )x+xf, - x,fi x2-xl x2-x, 7:4 SPECIAL CASES When b = 0. both the linear function and its reciprocal reduce to a constant function [Chapter 1]. 7:5 INTRARELATIONSHIPS Both the linear function and its reciprocal obey the reflection formula 7:5:1 f(-x)=-flx- b 1 THE LINEAR FUNCTION bx + c AND CPS RECIPROCAL 55 7:6 The sum or difference of two linear functions is a third linear function (b,x + c,) ± (b2x + c2) = (b, t b2)x + (c, ± c2) 7:5:2 The product of two linear functions is a quadratic function (Chapter 16] (b,x + c,)(b2x + c2) = b1b2x2 + (b1c2 + b,c1)x + c1c2 7:5:3 and (unless b2c, = b1c2) the quotient of two linear functions is an infinite series b1x + c, , c, b2c, - b,c2 c2 b2c2 b2x ' ,_, \ 1XI < / c2 I b I I b2 l 7:5:4 b,x + c2 b2x b2c2 b2 The inverse function [Section 0:3] of the linear function f(x) = bx + c is another linear function F(x)= 7:5:5 - --c x b+0 b while the inverse of the f(x) = 1 /(bx + c) function is 7:5:6 F(x) = I c - b b * 0 As explained in Section 16:3, the difference of two reciprocal linear functions that share a common b parameter produces a reciprocal quadratic function.

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