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They write for graduate students, researchers, and teachers of the physical sciences and engineering, and assume readers to be familiar with linear algebra, differential and integral calculus, vector calculus, and tensor analysis.
He assumes a background in elementary differential and integral calculus and college physics.
First published in 1908, this classic still gives undergraduate students their first dose of the differential and integral calculus, the properties of infinite series, and other notions involving limit.
He writes for graduate and senior undergraduate students and for scientists interested in quantitative seismology, and assumes knowledge of linear algebra, differential and integral calculus, vector calculus, tensor analysis, and ordinary and partial differential equations.
They assume a solid foundation in differential and integral calculus and some linear algebra.
Readers should have background in college mathematics, including differential and integral calculus, elementary matrix theory (but not linear algebra), and a course on elementary probability theory.

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