BCA Mathematics 103

BCA Mathematics 103

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Publisher Laxmi Publications All BCA - Bachelor of Computer Applications books by Laxmi Publications
ISBN 9789380386157
Author: Kulbhushan Prakash, Dr Yogesh Kumar Goyal And Ranji Bhalla
Number of Pages 286
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BCA Mathematics 103 by Kulbhushan Prakash, Dr Yogesh Kumar Goyal And Ranji Bhalla
Book Summary:

The work incorporated in the present edition of the book is to meet the basic mathematical needs of students seeking their career in the field of Computer applications. The text is introductory and every topic is covered, which will immensely help the students using applications of Mathematics towards the field of Computer applications. The book is strictly as per syllabus of BCA-103 of M.D.U., Rohtak and has been written keeping in view their mathematical background. It has been tried to put the book in correct and precise manner. Every definition or theoretical portion is illustrated with adequate and proper illustrations. As the book is application-oriented so only essential theoretical portion is incorporated to understand the subject.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Bachelor of Science students.
Table of Contents:

1.   Algebra of Matrices
2.   Determinants
3.   Adjoint and Inverse of Matrices
4.   Permutations and Combinations
5.   Binomial Theorem
6.   Countability, Neighbourhood and Limit Points
7.   Sequences
8.   Infinite Series
9.   Taylor's Series and Maclaurin's Series with Applications of Mean Value Theorem
10. Indeterminate Forms