Vector and Tensor Analysis with Applications book

## Vector and Tensor Analysis with Applications. A. I. Borisenko, I. E. Tarapov, Richard A. Silverman Vector.and.Tensor.Analysis.with.Applications.pdf
ISBN: 0486638332,9780486638331 | 266 pages | 7 Mb Vector and Tensor Analysis with Applications A. I. Borisenko, I. E. Tarapov, Richard A. Silverman
Publisher: Dover Publications

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