- Author:Professor Yann Bugeaud
- Publisher:Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (December 3, 2007)
- Pages:292 pages
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Series: Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics (160). Algebraic numbers can approximate and classify any real number. Here, the author gathers together results about such approximations and classifications
Series: Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics (160). Recommend to librarian. Approximation by Algebraic Numbers. Online ISBN: 9780511542886. Here, the author gathers together results about such approximations and classifications.
In the Cambridge Advanced Level Mathematics curriculum, the binomial expansion for non-positive integral powers is taught at the pre-university level. In this note, a less conventional way of introducing this topic to pre-university students is proposed, leading them to the underlying meaning of the binomial series expansion and the relevance of infinite series without the rigours of university.
Algebraic numbers can approximate and classify any real number. Thus the book can be used for graduate courses on Diophantine approximation (some 40 exercises are supplied), or as an introduction for non-experts. Specialists will appreciate the collection of over 50 open problems and the rich and comprehensive list of more than 600 references.
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Approximation by Algebraic Numbers (Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics). 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Throughout the present Chapter, we are essentially concerned with the following problem: for which functions : R1 R0 is it true that, for a given real number, or for all real numbers in a given class, the equation - p/q < (q) has infinitely many solutions in rational numbers p/q? The Physical Object.