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Title: TEXTBOOK OF TENSOR CALCULUS AND DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY
By: P. K. Nayak
Format: Paperback

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ISBN 10: 812034507X
ISBN 13: 9788120345072
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Publisher: PHI LEARNING
Pub. date: 30 June, 2011
Pages: 552
Synopsis: Organized in ten chapters, it provides the origin and nature of the tensor along with the scope of the tensor calculus. Besides this, it also discusses N-dimensional Riemannian space, characteristic peculiarity of Riemannian space, intrinsic property of surfaces, and properties and transformation of Christoffel's symbols. Besides the students of mathematics, this book will be equally useful for the postgraduate students of physics.
Publication: India
Imprint: PHI Learning
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