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Numerical Computational Methods

  • 680 Pages
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  • English
Alpha Science Intl Ltd
Calculus & mathematical analysis, Mathematical theory of computation, Mathematics for scientists & engineers, Mathematical Analysis, Mathematics, Science/Mathem
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Open LibraryOL11900673M
ISBN 101842650920
ISBN 139781842650929

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