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(Published by the author), (1966).. (1966).. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed light blue wrappers. The binding is unevenly darkened & lightly bumped with a few small, light stains. There are 2 small, light glue marks to the bottom corner of the front wrap with a long crease & a tiny chip along its front edge. There is a short tear to the front edge of the rear wrap. Title, 119 &  pages. Profusely illustrated with mathematical formulas. Good.
Kazdan notes that this book is a slightly modified extract from the Harvard University Lecture Notes "Intermediate Calculus and Linear Algebra".
Jerry Lawrence Kazdan [born 31 October, 1937] is a mathematician noted for his work in differential geometry and the study of partial differential equations. His contributions include the Berger–Kazdan comparison theorem, which was a key step in the proof of the Blaschke conjecture and the classification of Wiedersehen manifolds. Since 1966, he has been a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania.
Title: LECTURES ON COMPLEX NUMBERS AND INFINITE SERIES
Publisher: (Published by the author), (1966).: (1966).
Book Condition: Good
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Keywords: MATHEMATICS; CALCULUS; LINEAR ALGEBRA; LECTURES ON COMPLEX NUMBERS AND INFINITE SERIES; JERRY L. KAZDAN; AMERICAN MATHEMATICIAN; UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS; REAL NUMBERS; COMPLEX NUMBERS; INFINITE SERIES; TAYLOR'S THEOREM.