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# Mathematical Tables Part-Volume B: The Airy IntegralGiving Tables of Solutions of the Differential Equation

Volume 2

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• Date Published: May 2016
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• format: Paperback
• isbn: 9781316611951

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• Originally published in 1946, this book was prepared on behalf of the Committee for the Calculation of Mathematical Tables. The text contains a series of tables with data relating to the Airy function. The tables were developed by Jeffrey Charles Percy Miller (1906–81), a British mathematician who was integral to the development of computing. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in differential equations and the history of mathematics.

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## Product details

• Date Published: May 2016
• format: Paperback
• isbn: 9781316611951
• length: 60 pages
• dimensions: 280 x 215 x 4 mm
• weight: 0.18kg
• availability: Available

Introduction
Graph of Ai (x), Bi(x), and related functions
The functions Ai(x) and Bi(x) - formulae
Table 1. Ai(x) and Ai'(x). x= -20.00(0.01) + 2.00
Table II. Log10Ai(x) and Ai'(x)/Ai(x). x=0.0(0.1)25.0(1)75
Table III. Zeros and turning-values of Ai(x) and Ai'(x). The first 50 of each
Table IV. Bi(x) and reduced derivatives. x= -10.0(0.1) + 2.5
Table V. Zeros and turning values of Bi(x) and Bi'(x). The first 20 of each
Table VI. Log10 Bi(x) and Bi'(x)/Bi(x). x= 0.0(0.1)10.0
Auxiliary functions and zeros - formulae
Table VII. Auxiliary functions. F(x), y(x), G(x), Ψ(x). x=-80(1) - 30.0(0.1)=2.5.

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J. C. P. Miller

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