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Fundamental Maths

For Engineering and Science

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11 January 2011

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Do you need to improve your confidence in maths?

Does your maths need to be refreshed and refocused for engineering or science?

Are there some elements of school maths you have forgotten or never quite mastered?

With clear...

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Do you need to improve your confidence in maths?Does your maths need to be refreshed and refocused for engineering or science?Are there some elements of school maths you have forgotten or never quite mastered?With clear explanations, lots of examples and a friendly, encouraging style, Fundamental Maths is a short, easy-to-follow textbook that makes maths accessible and manageable for all. Written for students entering HE or FE courses in engineering or science, the author covers all the core topics and breaks them down into easily digestible chunks, keeping explanations clear and concise throughout.Put past anxieties about maths or gaps in your knowledge behind you!

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A short, portable, affordable remedial maths course?for engineering, construction?and science?students in HE and FE

Experienced author with friendly, natural and reassuring style
Two colour, accessible page design to welcome students
Maths in short chapters to make more manageable

Preliminaries
Fundamental Arithmetic
Arithmetic of Small Quantities
Arithmetic of Powers
Arithmetic Calculations
Graphs and Charts
Algebra – Introducing the Unknown
Algebra – More Complex Forms
Algebra Functions
Algebra Working with Formulae
Algebra – Transposition of Equations and Inverse Functions
Algebra – Factors of Expressions
Geometry
Series
Trigonometry
Graphical Representation of Trigonometric Functions
Simultaneous Equations
Quadratic Equations
Surface Areas and Volumes of Solids
Coordinate Systems
Areas of Irregular Figures
Trigonometric Identities
Logarithms and Indices
Differentiation – Basic Relationships
Differentiation of More Complex Functions
Differentiation – Uses
Integration – Basic Relationships
Integration – Area and Volume
Vectors
Matrices
Probability
Central Tendency and Dispersion
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MARK BREACH is Principal Lecturer in Engineering Surveying at Nottingham Trent University, UK, where he also teaches mathematics to engineers. He is the author of several textbooks.

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MARK BREACH is Principal Lecturer in Engineering Surveying at Nottingham Trent University, UK, where he also teaches mathematics to engineers. He is the author of several textbooks.

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