Título: APPROXIMATIONS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS
Editorial: Princeton University Press, Princeton
Año de publicación: 1955
Condición del libro: VERY GOOD in Good Dustjacket
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included
REMAINDER MARKS of black marker to top and bottom edges. Very light edgewear. Light spotting to endpapers. Dustjacket Good. Several smaller closed tears to edges. A couple of open holes to jacket fold creases between 2" and 3.25". Gilt lettering on spine of midnight-blue, cloth-covered boards. Illustrations to every page. 201 pp with references. Clean, tight, bright. Part I of this book introduces the collection of useful and illustrative approximations, each of which is presented with a carefully drawn error curve in Part II. N° de ref. de la librería 72887
Opciones de pago
Esta librería acepta las siguientes opciones de pago:
Librería en AbeBooks desde: 31 de octubre de 1996
Miembro desde 1996
This is an original book, available at our U.S. location and ready to ship out in the very next mail! Media and Priority Rates include UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE DELIVERY CONFIRMATION 30-day returns for any reason. UPS and FEDEX Expedited Services available. Out-of-U.S. orders ship AIRMAIL ONLY. Orders gladly and promptly dropshipped. We pack well! All books subject to prior sale. Ten-Day return if your book is not as described Fellow Dealers: If you maintain a stock, list your books on one of...[Más información]
Orders usually ship within 2 business days. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra charges are required.
Descripción de la librería: WE ARE NOT MEGASELLERS, PENNYSELLERS, DOLLARSELLERS OR WHINESELLERS: Formed in 1995, Ezra The Bookfinder is one of the oldest Online Booksellers and Booksearch Services. Our goals include a consistently high standard of ethics, timely service, and dogged commitment to locating and providing the best quality books for our customers. What you get from us is a live human being (you may reach our voice mail, but we WILL call you back), a genuine interest in BOOKS -- not as mere widgets, but as portals into knowledge. We've called customers back -- elusive book in hand -- after six years. It certainly doesn't usually take that much time; but we simply don't stop looking!