Routledge, 2003 - 544 ページ
Engineering Mathematics is a comprehensive textbook for vocational courses and foundation modules at degree level. John Bird's approach, based on numerous worked examples supported by problems, is ideal for students of a wide range of abilities, and can be worked through at the student's own pace. Theory is kept to a minimum, placing a firm emphasis on problem-solving skills, and making this a thoroughly practical introduction to the core mathematics needed for engineering studies and practice.
The book presents a logical topic progression, rather than following the structure of a particular syllabus. However, coverage has been carefully matched to the two mathematics units within the new BTEC National specifications, and AVCE specifications. New sections on Boolean algebra, logic circuits matrices and determinants have been added to ensure full syllabus match.
Includes: 900 worked examples, 1700 further problems, 234 multiple choice questions (answers provided), and 16 assessment papers - ideal for use as tests or homework. These are the only problems where answers are not provided in the book. Full worked solutions are available to lecturers only as a free download from the Newnes website: www.newnespress.com
* A complete foundation mathematics course for engineering students
* Student-friendly learn-through-examples method appeals to engineers
* Includes 850 worked examples, 1500 problems (answers provided), 200 multiple choice questions, and 15 assessment papers
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algebraic angle approximate axis Boolean expression Calculate centroid circuit co-ordinates coefficient column complex numbers component correct corresponding cosine cosx cumulative frequency curve decimal places Determine the value diameter Evaluate Factorising Find ﬁrst following exercise Exercise formula fractions frustum function Further problems given gradient height Hence hexadecimal horizontal integration intervals inverse Karnaugh map length linear logarithms matrix mean value mid-ordinate Multiplying normally distributed obtained ordinates partial fractions phasor probability Problem 11 Problem 9 Pythagoras quadratic equation radians radius radius of gyration rectangle root sample shown in Fig sides significant figures Simplify Simpson’s rule simultaneous equations sine rule sinx solution Solve square standard deviation straight line Substituting Table theorem total surface area trapezoidal rule triangle trigonometric truth table try the following variable vector velocity vertical voltage volts volume waveform x-axis