A Calculus text written at an appropriate level for students pursuing the Associate or Bachelor's Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technology. The text includes many examples relating to these technical fields and has been classroom tested. 315 pages.You need a special mathematical tool that is appropriate forjust such problems. ... Given the acceleration of an object, to find its velocity and position as a function of time. 2. ... It comes from the Latin word that means little pebbles or rocks.

Title | : | Calculus for the Electrical and Electronic Technologies |

Author | : | Larry Oliver |

Publisher | : | Lulu.com - 2009-06-01 |

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