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Engineering Mathematics Through Applications (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 944
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26 July 2011

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This popular, world-wide selling textbook teaches engineering mathematics in a step-by-step fashion and uniquely through engineering examples and exercises which apply the techniques right from their introduction. This...

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This popular, world-wide selling textbook teaches engineering mathematics in a step-by-step fashion and uniquely through engineering examples and exercises which apply the techniques right from their introduction. This contextual use of mathematics is highly motivating, as with every topic and each new page students see the importance and relevance of mathematics in engineering. The examples are taken from mechanics, aerodynamics, electronics, engineering, fluid dynamics and other areas. While being general and accessible for all students, they also highlight how mathematics works in any individual’s engineering discipline. The material is often praised for its careful pace, and the author pauses to ask questions to keep students reflecting. Proof of mathematical results is kept to a minimum. Instead the book develops learning by investigating results, observing patterns, visualizing graphs and answering questions using technology.

This textbook is ideal for first year undergraduates and those on pre-degree courses in Engineering (all disciplines) and Science.

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  • Teaches mathematics in engineering contexts so reason for learning is evident
  • Friendly, carefully-paced approach which students welcome
  • Assumes little previous knowledge and suits a wide variety of mathematical backgrounds 
  • Fully worked (and extensively used) solutions to every problem on the companion website
  • Introductory chapter revises indices, fractions, decimals, percentages and ratios
  • Abundance of worked examples and exercises including new exam questions
  • Also on the companion website an excellent introduction to MATLAB, plus a searchable glossary, extra exercises, and additional topics







  • Fully revised and improved on the basis of student feedback
  • New sections
  • More examples, more exam questions
  • Vignettes and photos of key mathematicians




Introduction: Arithmetic for Engineers
Engineering Formulae
Visualizing Engineering Formulae
Functions on Engineering
Trigonometry and Waveforms
Logarithmic, Exponential and Hyperbolic Functions
Differentiation
Engineering Applications of Differentiation
Integration
Engineering Applications of Integration
Complex Numbers
Matrices
Vectors
First Order Differential Equations
Second Order Linear Differential Equations
Partial Differentiation
Probability and Statistics
Solutions
Appendix: Standard Normal Distribution Table.
  • Fully worked (and extensively used) solutions to every problem
  • Additional topics
  • An excellent introduction to MATLAB
  • A searchable glossary
  • Extra exercises
  • A link to videos of lectures given by the author Kuldeep Singh
Visit the companion website at www.macmillanihe.com/singh or click through from under Further Actions above.

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Kuldeep Singh is Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at the School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics at the University of Hertfordshire, UK. He teaches mathematics to a wide range of engineering and science students.

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Kuldeep Singh is Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at the School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics at the University of Hertfordshire, UK. He teaches mathematics to a wide range of engineering and science students.

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