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Author Fox, Huw
Title Mathematics for Engineers and Technologists
Imprint Oxford : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2002
©2002
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (351 pages)
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Series IIE Core Textbooks Ser
IIE Core Textbooks Ser
Note Front Cover -- Mathematics for Engineers and Technologists -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Series Preface -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Functions -- 1.1 Introduction to functions -- 1.2 Linear functions -- 1.3 Quadratic functions -- 1.4 Inverse functions -- 1.5 Circular functions -- 1.6 Exponential functions -- 1.7 Log functions -- 1.8 Hyperbolic functions -- Chapter 2. Vectors, phasors and complex numbers -- 2.1 Vectors -- 2.2 Phasors -- 2.3 Complex numbers -- Chapter 3. Mathematical models -- 3.1 Modelling -- 3.2 Relating models and data -- Chapter 4. Calculus -- 4.1 Differentiation -- 4.2 Integration -- Chapter 5. Differential equations -- 5.1 Differential equations -- 5.2 First-order differential equations -- 5.3 Second-order differential equations -- Chapter 6. Laplace transform -- 6.1 The Laplace transform -- 6.2 Solving differential equations -- 6.3 Transfer function -- Chapter 7. Sequences and series -- 7.1 Sequences and series -- 7.2 Fourier series -- Chapter 8. Logic gates -- 8.2 Boolean algebra -- 8.3 Logic gate systems -- Chapter 9. Probability and statistics -- 9.1 Probability -- 9.2 Distributions -- 9.3 Experimental errors -- Solutions to problems -- Index
This book is carefully designed to be used on a wide range of introductory courses at first degree and HND level in the U.K., with content matched to a variety of first year degree modules from IEng and other BSc Engineering and Technology courses. Lecturers will find the breadth of material covered gears the book towards a flexible style of use, which can be tailored to their syllabus, and used along side the other IIE Core Textbooks to bring first year students up to speed on the mathematics they require for their engineering degree. *Features real-world examples, case studies, assignments and knowledge-check questions throughout *Introduces key mathematical methods in practical engineering contexts *Bridges the gap between theory and practice
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Fox, Huw Mathematics for Engineers and Technologists Oxford : Elsevier Science & Technology,c2002 9780750655446
Subject Engineering mathematics
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