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    Jogindra M Wadehra, Detroit, MI

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    ISBN 13: 9798985775402

    Publisher: Wayne State University Library System

    Language: English

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    Table of Contents

    • Chapter 1: Differential Calculus
    • Chapter 2: Integral Calculus
    • Chapter 3: Infinite Series
    • Interlude
    • Chapter 4: Fourier Series
    • Chapter 5: Complex Variables
    • Chapter 6: Determinants
    • Chapter 7: Matrices
    • Chapter 8: Vector Analysis
    • Chapter 9: Curvilinear Coordinates and Multiple Integrals
    • Chapter 10: Vector Calculus
    • Chapter 11: First Order Differential Equations
    • Chapter 12: Diffusion Equation
    • Chapter 13: Probability Distribution Functions
    • Appendix A: Limiting Value of Sinθ/θ as θ->0
    • Appendix B:
    • Appendix C:
    • Appendix D: Areas Under the Standard Normal Curve

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    About the Book

    Mathematics for Biomedical Physics is an open access peer-reviewed textbook geared to introduce several mathematical topics at the rudimentary level so that students can appreciate the applications of mathematics to the interdisciplinary field of biomedical physics. Most of the topics are presented in their simplest but rigorous form so that students can easily understand the advanced form of these topics when the need arises. Several end-of-chapter problems and chapter examples relate the applications of mathematics to biomedical physics. After mastering the topics of this book, students would be ready to embark on quantitative thinking in various topics of biology and medicine

    About the Contributors


    Jogindra M. Wadehra is a Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, USA, and a Fellow of the American Physical Society. He received his Ph.D. in theoretical atomic and molecular physics from New York University. Before joining Wayne State University, he worked at University of Pittsburgh and Los Alamos National Laboratory as Research Associate, and at Texas A&M University as Assistant Professor. He has also done research at Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

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