Newnes Engineering Mathematics Pocket Book is a uniquely versatile and practical tool for a wide range of engineers and students. All the essentials of engineering mathematics are covered, with clear explanations of key methods, and worked examples to illustrate them. Numerous tables and diagrams are provided, along with all the formulae you could need. The emphasis throughout the book is on providing the practical tools needed to solve mathematical problems quickly in engineering contexts. John Bird's presentation of this core material puts all the answers at your fingertips. The contents of this book have been carefully matched to the latest Further and Higher Education syllabuses so that it can also be used as a revision guide or a quick-access source of underpinning knowledge. Students on competence-based courses such as NVQs will find this approach particularly refreshing and practical. This book and its companion title Newnes Engineering Science Pocket Book provide the underpinning knowledge for the whole range of engineering communities catered for by the Newnes Pocket Book series. These related titles include: Newnes Mechanical Engineer's Pocket Book (Roger Timings) Newnes Electrical Pocket Book (E.A. Reeves) Newnes Electronic Engineer's Pocket Book (Joe Carr a Keith Brindley) Newnes Radio and RF Engineer's Pocket Book (Joe Carr a John Davies) Newnes Telecommunications Engineer's Pocket Book (Steve Winder) The contents of this book have been carefully mathced to the latest Further and Higher Education syllabuses so that it can also be used as a revision guide or a quick-access reference source of underpinning knowledge. Students on competence-based courses such as NVQs will find this approach particularly refreshing and practical. Previous editions of Newnes Engineering Mathematics Pocket Book were published under the title Newnes Mathematics Pocket Book for Engineers.Special names may be used when the indices are 2 and 3, these being called a#39; squareda#39; and a#39;cubeda#39;, respectively. Thus 72 is called a#39;seven squareda#39; and 93 is called a#39;nine cubeda#39;. When no index is shown, the power is 1, i.e. 2 means 21.

Title | : | Newnes Engineering Mathematics Pocket Book |

Author | : | John Bird |

Publisher | : | Routledge - 2012-06-14 |

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