3. Albgebraic equations.
4. Quotient groups.
5. Rings, integral, domains and fields.
6. Characteristic of a ring.
part II: Trigonometry: 7. Application of De Moivre's Theorem.
8. Exponential, circular, hyperbolic and logarithmic functions of complex quantities.
9. General exponential, inverse circular and hyperbolic functions of complex quantities.
10. Summation of series.
Answer. "The present publication is written to meet the requirements of undergraduate students of Indian Universities.
The topics included in the text is according to the new pattern of University Grants Commission. The subject matter, both as regards the arrangement of chapters as well as the contents of each chapter has been so graded, proceeding from simple to more difficult topics, that a student may follow the course with great ease and interest.
All important propositions have been illustrated by a large number of solved examples and exercises. Most(less)
Advance calculus: 1. Functions of several variables.
2. Maxima, Minima and Lagrange's multipliers.
3. Indeterminate forms.
II. Vector analysis: 1.
Multiple product of vectors. 2.
Vector differentiation. 3.
Differential operators (gradient, divergence and curl). 4.
Vector integration (Gauss's Green's and Stoke's theorems). III.
Numerical analysis: 1. The operator and calculus of finite differences.
2. Interpolation with equal intervals.
3. Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations.
4. Numerical integration.
5. Solution of ordinary differential equations of first order.
"This book is divided into three sections which cover Advance Calculus, Vector Calculus and Numerical Analysis. The text is designed to provide a core of material for students according to their syllabi and is filled with clear, thorough full spectrum of pedagogical features including examples, theorems and proofs, practice problems and exercises.
The book has been carefully written and structured, to allow flexibility in use to match a variety of course needs and requirements. It(less)
The Mahabharata tells of a Great War, and the events that lead upto it. The original Mahabharata in Sankrit is an epic poem of 100,000 couplets seven times as long as the Iliad and the Odyssey together(less)
K. Pathak, Sanjay Singh and P.
2. Bael (Aegle marmelos)/P.
L. Saroj, R.
S. Singh and A.
3. Barbados cherry (Malpighia punicifolia)/D.
Pandey, D.Mishra, G.
Pandey and S.K.
Ber (Ziziphus mauritiana)/B.B.
Cactus pear (Opuntia ficus indica)/R.S.
Chirounjee (Buchanania lanzan)/R.K.
Tewari and C.K.
Citrus (Citrus spp.)/R.
K. Sonkar and Satya Prakash.
8. Custard apple (Annona squamosa)/I.
B. Maurya and D.
9. Date palm (phoenix dactylifera)/J.
Naqvi and R. Porwal.
10. Fig (Ficus carica)/D.
11. Grape (Vitis vinifera)/Dhurendra Singh and A.
12. Guava (Psidium guajava)/P.
L. Saroj and Dhurendra Singh.
13. Jamun (Syzygium cuminii)/Sanjay Singh.
14. Karonda (Carissa congesta)/O.
P. Awasthi, Dhurendra Singh and Anil Kr.
Ker (Capparis decidua)/P.L.
Dhandar and O.P.
Khejri (prosopis cineraria) P.L.
Saroj and A. Nagaraja.
17. Kumut (Acacia senegal)/R.
S. Dhaka, M.
R. Choudhary and S.
Lasoda (Cordia dichotoma)/P.K.
Vector analysis: I. Multiple product of vectors.
2. Vector differentiation.
3. Differential operators (gradient, divergence and curl).
4. Vector integration (Gauss's, Green's and Stoke's theorems).
II. Analytical geometry of two dimensions: 1.
Systems of conics. 2.
Confocal conics : double contact. 3.
Polar equations of conics. III.
Analytical geometry of three dimensions: 1. The coordinates, direction cosines and projections.
2. The plane.
3. Straight line.
5. The cone and cylinder.
6. Central conicoids.
"This book offers a concise yet thorough presentation of Vector Analysis and Geometry theory and application. The book is divided into three parts i.
e. Vector Analysis; Analytical Geometry of Two Dimensions and Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions.
The material is reinforced with numerous examples to illustrate principles and imaginative, well-illustrated problems of varying degrees of difficulty. The method of presentation of the text is as such that it emphasizes the development of computational skills and(less)
1. Photojournalism: an introductory overview.
2. Photography and film career: elements and dimensions.
3. Photography, photographic equipments and career handling: tools and techniques.
4. Benefits of digital photography: modern day practices and trend analysis.
5. Professional photographers and photojournalism: major elements and procedures.
6. Journalism, photojournalism and visual journalism: education, techniques and resources.
7. Education in photography and film tutorial: popular trends and guidelines.
8. Analyzing famous photojournalists and their work: an in-depth study.
9. Photojournalism ethics and ethical photojournalism: issues and options.
10. Case study: national press photographers association and its best practices.
Index. "The Encyclopaedia of Photojournalism focuses on photojournalism in its totality.
An introductory overview of the subject area of photojournalism has been provided in the beginning. A detailed account of photography and film career has been provided with special reference to its elements and dimensions.
It also provides a detailed account of(less)
Analytical geometry of two dimensions: 1. Confocal conics: double contact.
2. Polar equations.
II. Analytical geometry of three dimensions: 1.
The coordinates, direction cosines and projections. 2.
The plane. 3.
Straight line. 4.
The cone and cylinder. III.
Vector analysis: 1. Multiple product of vectors.
2. Vector differentiation.
3. Differential operations (gradient, divergence and curl).
4. Vector integration.
The subject matter has been presented in such a way that it is easily accessible to students. All important propositions have been illustrated by a large number of solved examples and exercises.
Most of the examples have been taken from the examination papers of several universities. The method of presentation is very clear and lucid, which can be easily followed by the students.
The contents conform to the specified syllabi and are so structured as to enable the student to move easily from the fundamental to the complex. This book will be(less)
The Puranic foundations of religious syncretism. 21.
The first great reformation : Sankara and the triumph of high intellectual tradition. 22.
The golden age of Brahmanical art. 23.
The supra-human tension in medieval sculpture. 24.
The synthesis of Tantrika culture. 25.
The heirs of Buddhism : the Vajra, Natha and Sahaja movements. VII.
Conflict and re-synthesis: 26. India and Islam : the phase of conflict.
27. The condition of the people in Turko-Afghan times.
28. India and Islam : the rapprochement or Hindustani phase.
29. The second great reformation : Ramananda and the people's Movements of Bhakti and social revolt.
30. Fresh bridges between Hinduism and Islam.
31. The Chaitanya Vaishnava Movement : renaissance in religion and literature.
32. Towards a national Padshahi under the Mughals.
33. The spiritual intimacy between Bhakti' and Sufism.
34. The rise of Sikh religious nationalism.
35. The restoration of the Hindu(less)
Preface. List of abbreviations.
Text and translation. 2.
Text-critical comments. 3.
Critical and explanatory notes. Indices.
Makhihrdaya: A Critical Study: Preface. 1.
Svara apparatus. 4.
Mela in theory. 5.
Mela in practice. 6.
Raga: descriptions. 7.
Raga: Alapa. 8.
Indices. "Caturdandiprakasika (c.
) of Venkatamakhin is a fundamental treatise of Karnataka music and marks the rearguard in the renaissance of Indian music. It has launched a crucial, conceptual revolution which has metamorphosed this musical system into an enduring and attractive paddhati.
It has been profoundly influencing every musician, musicologist and composer of South India ever since it was written. This influence will remain undimmed in the foreseeable future.
Caturdandiprakasika is written in ten chapters: Vina, Sruti, Svara, Mela, Raga, Alapa, Thaya, Gita, Prabandha and Tala. Caturdandiprakasika is being issued in two volumes: the first volume consists of(less)
Learning and memory: Introduction. 1.
Study of Basic Associative Processes Contributes to our Understanding in Cognitive Science/J. Bruce Overmier and John M.
Minimizing Cognitive Load in Map-based Navigation: The Role of Landmarks/Kazuhiro Tamura, Bipin Indurkhya, Kazuko Shinohara, Barbara Tversky and Cees Van Leeuwen. 3.
Quantitative and Qualitative Differences between Implicit and Explicit Sequence Learning/Arnaud Destrebecqz. 4.
Behavioural Study of the Effect of Trial and Error versus Supervised Learning of Visuo-motor Skills/Ahmed, Raju S. Bapi, V.
S. Chandrasekhar Pammi, K.
P. Miyapuram and Kenji Doya.
5. ACE (Actor - Critic - Explorer) Paradigm for Reinforcement Learning in Basal Ganglia: Highlighting the Role of the Indirect Pathway/Denny Joseph, Garipelli Gangadhar and V.
Srinivasa Chakravarthy. II.
Perception and Attention: 6. Peripersonal Space Representation in Humans: Proprieties, Functions and Plasticity/Elisabetta Ladavas and Andrea Serino.
7. A Neurophysiological Correlate and Model of Reflexive Spatial Attention/Anne B.
Sereno, Sidney R. Lehky, Saumil S.
Patel and Xinmiao Peng. 8(less)
Language of the God: Sanskrit. 2.
The first Sanskrit literature: the Rigveda. 3.
Doctrine of Hindu religion: the Bhagavad Gita. 4.
The Sanskrit classic: Shakuntala. Bibliography.
1. Stories for all times: Panchatantra.
2. Stories for moral education: Hitopadesha.
3. Glossary of Sanskrit words.
"India is a land of rich classical heritage, many great thinkers and writers. Our collection of literature in Sanskrit is priceless.
Known as the mother of many languages, Sanskrit is abundant in the treasure of literature. Many people think of Sanskrit in terms of chants, hymns and verses.
Not many know many know of the vast collection of poetry, drama, stories and even epics in Sanskrit literature. Sanskrit language literature is a very broad category that requires elaborate understanding of the varied language.
As we progress by leaps and bounds in the 21st century, we fail to value some of the most(less)
Spherical triangle. 2.
Right-angled triangles, area and spherical excess. B.
Spherical astronomy: 3. System of coordinates.
4. Motion of earth and twilight.
5. Astronomical instruments and meridian circle.
6. Kepler's law and time.
"Spherical trigonometry is a branch of spherical geometry which deals with polygons (especially triangles) on the sphere and the relationships between the sides and the angles, whereas spherical astronomy or positional astronomy is the branch of astronomy that is used to determine the location of objects on the celestial sphere, as seen at a particular date, time, and location on the earth. The present publication is divided into two sections i.
e. Spherical Trigonometry and Spherical Astronomy.
This book has been written by keeping in view the syllabi of several universities and colleges along with the new pattern of UGC. The textbook gives a general but comprehensive introduction to the subjects to make it useful not only to(less)
Number systems. 2.
Elements of integers. 3.
Properties of integers. 4.
Rational numbers. 5.
Infinite series. 6.
Elementary theory of groups. 7.
Permutation groups and cyclic groups. 8.
Application of De Moivre’s Theorem. 9.
Exponential, circular, hyperbolic and logarithmic functions of complex quantities. 10.
General exponential, inverse circular and hyperbolic functions of complex quantities. 11.
Summation of series. Answers.
A Textbook of Algebra and Trigonometry is written to meet the requirements of students at various levels. The topics included in the text fully cover the syllabi of several universities.
The subject matter, both as regards the arrangement of chapters as well as the contents of each chapter has been so graded, proceeding from simple to more difficult topics, that a student may follow the course with great ease and interest. All important propositions have been illustrated by a large number of solved examples and exercises.
Most of the examples have been taken(less)
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