Sum and Product of Complex roots of Equation z^n = z_0

Hello readers, This post is related to calculate sum and product of roots of an equation in the complex variable z^n = z_0 where z_0 is given the complex number. You can refer to the following link to study how to calculate powers of complex number and roots of the complex variable equation z^n = … Continue reading Sum and Product of Complex roots of Equation z^n = z_0

Mathematics Books

Tutorials on Mathematics

Hello Readers

Hope you are doing well.

This time, I am here with links/pdf’s of good books and i am sure it is very helpful to the readers and specially for those who are preparing for Competitive exams like CSIR NET/SET/NBHM/TIFR/GATE etc .  I think books are the best friends of learners.

So enjoy maths with the following e-books/pdf’s.

  1. John E. Freund’s Mathematical Statistics with Applications Irwin Miller Marylees Miller Eighth Edition
  2. Ponnusamy S., Silverman H (1). Complex variables with applications
  3. Gordon C. Everstine . Application of  Linear Algebra
  4. Peeyush Chandra, A. K. Lal, V. Raghavendra, G. Santhanam ; Notes on Mathematics
  5. T. Muthukumar (IITK) ; Partial Differential Equation                         Thank You

Enjoy downloading

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Max Flow – Min Cut Theory

Hello Readers Hope you are doing well. Today i am here with detailed discussion on Max Flow - Min Cut problems and solutions. For application part you can refer my previous post Network Flows: Max Flow + MinCut Theory. Consider the following situation why Max flow is required. From the above image it is clear … Continue reading Max Flow – Min Cut Theory

Network Flows: Max Flow + MinCut Theory

Hello Readers Happy New Year 2018 Hope you are doing well. Today I am going to post a very very important topic of Graph theory that is Network Flows. Let us think two questions "What and Why" about Network Flows. Readers, just imagine you are a courier service provider and you have to deliver some … Continue reading Network Flows: Max Flow + MinCut Theory