Mathematics Applied to Electronics
Edition: 6th 2004
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Description: For undergraduate college-level courses in Mathematics for Electronics, Tech Math (Algebra and Trigonometry) for Electronics, Computer, Automation, and Electromechanics. This text provides an introduction to mathematics applied to electronics, computers, electromechanics, and automation. Organized to be compatible with electric circuit books currently in use, its content balances a formal proof-orientation against the need for expediency in developing a broad, general mathematics ability.
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List price: $229.40
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/30/2003
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
|The text requires knowledge of only mathematics fundamentals|
|It introduces new mathematical concepts in a direct manner reinforced by hundreds of examples, scores of realistic pictorials and figures, dozens of calculator drills and review summaries, and problem sets|
|In all, this fifth edition provides more than 4,600 exercises and more than 600 examples|
|New to the Fifth Edition|
|"Number Notation and Operation," is rewritten with an emphasis on precision rounding and number notation|
|"Quantities and Units of Measurement," is updated to IEEE/ASTM SI 10-1997 standards to provide readers with the most current standards for applying the SI system to electronics|
|Expanded coverage of metrology concepts in Chapter 12|
|"Applying Mathematics to Electrical Concepts."|
|New Chapter 32, "Mathematics of Computer Logic," offers readers a comprehensive introduction to digital logic|
|New Glossary provides readers with a single place to locate all key terms in the text|
|Consisent reading level throughout|
|Integrated use of the scientific calculator|
|Authoritative use of SI units and conventional metric practices with electronics|
|In-depth treatment of graphing functions, empirical data, and the interpretation of graphs|
|Comprehensive coverage of computer number systems and computer logic commonly associated with automation controls and digital equipment|
|End-of-chapter definitions of key terms|
|Answers to all odd-numbered problems, including many detailed graphical solutions, and answers to all calculator drills|