Maths, Physics and C

This is a discussion on Maths, Physics and C within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Does anyone know of any good sites, or books, that just cover mathematics and/or physics programming in C?...

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    Maths, Physics and C

    Does anyone know of any good sites, or books, that just cover mathematics and/or physics programming in C?

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    Well, if you know math,science, and physics, then you can apply, math, science, and physisc to C++. You can apply anything to C++. You have basic math operators:

    + - * / % ! ^

    Trig:
    sin cos tan

    Ect. Ect.

    So if you know them, C++ does too. just write the formula's streight from ur math book,or notes, works 4 me.

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    Yeah I know that you can use mathematical operators in C, I just thought there may be a book based soley on mathematical/physics programming with exercises.

    Thanks for the link Salem.

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    Tricks of the Windows Game Programming Gurus covers alot in terms of mathematics and physics, but only in relation to making games. I don't know if your looking for anything specific, but if your just wanting to look at some code its a good book.

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