A common sight in the science departments most university campuses. A big rat-squasher of a book, it's about 1500 pages of just about every derived number in the universe, EXCEPT the one that you really want.

Some numbers that I have needed and not found in my CRC:

For many of the above, it turned out that I needed to get a companion book to get the numbers I needed. I have also heard professors complain of outright errors in the CRC, but I have never encountered one myself.

I will give the CRC props for its thorough table of integrals, which has helped me out on several occasions.