James T. Smith




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Alphabets I use in mathematics

Arctangent:  Fundamental inverse trigonometric function

Basic set theory

Bell in Yreka

Binary addition circuit

Binary arithmetic

Boolean logic

C++ toolkit for engineers and scientists

    Section 3.2        Section 3.3

    Section 4.3        Section 4.4

   Section 8.1       Section 8.2        Section 8.5

C++ applications guide

    Sections 4.0-4.3

Chapter 11

Cubic and quartic formulas

Definitions and nondefinability in geometry

    Montréal presentation

Equivalences and partitions

Exercises on exponents and radicals

Fundamental theorem of algebra

H.N. Gupta (1925-2016)

Hilbert's 1930 radio speech

    Wabash presentation

Illustrating Methods

Integral from  0  to  infinity of  Exp(-x^2)

Mashers mathematical

Mean-value theorems of differential calculus

Methods of geometry

    Appendix C

Murawski 2014 review (Ask for password.)   Comments

Numerical differentiation


ODEIVP systems

Optimality of Horner's algorithm

Pieri book

    Fullerton presentation

    Waterloo presentation

    Montréal presentation

Polish and reverse Polish notation


Quadratic formula

Regina Handout

Regina Presentation

Riemann's integral definition:  English  German

Sneak preview:  Mathematica demonstration

Square-root by hand

Tarski book

    Portland presentation    SFSU presentation

    Pasadena presentation   San Diego presentation

    Sonoma State presentation  Baltimore AMS presentation

   Baltimore ASL presentation  San Antonio presentation

   Whiskeytown presentation

Taylor's theorem

Thomsen's equation

2D matrix algebra

Vectors & matrices

WordPerfect symbols



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