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A groundbreaking and comprehensive reference that's been a bestseller since 1970, this new edition provides a broad mathematical survey and covers a full range of topics from the very basic to the advanced. For the first time, a personal tutor CD-ROM is included.

Unlike most engineering maths texts, this book does not assume a firm grasp of GCSE maths, and unlike low-level general maths texts, the content is tailored specifically for the needs of engineers. The result is a unique book written for engineering students, which takes a starting point below GCSE level. Basic Engineering Mathematics is therefore ideal for students of a wide range of abilities, and especially for those who find the theoretical side of mathematics difficult. All students taking vocational engineering courses who require fundamental knowledge of mathematics for engineering and do not have prior knowledge beyond basic school mathematics, will find this book essential reading. ...

"Modern Engineering Mathematics, 6th Edition by Professors Glyn James and Phil Dyke, draws on the teaching experience and knowledge of three co-authors, Matthew Craven, John Searl and Yinghui Wei, to provide a comprehensive course textbook explaining the mathematics required for studying first-year engineering. No matter which field of engineering you will go on to study, this text provides a grounding of core mathematical concepts illustrated with a range of engineering applications. Its other hallmark features include its clear explanations and writing style, and the inclusion of hundreds of fully worked examples and exercises which demonstrate the methods and uses of mathematics in the re...

An introduction to engineering mathematics, with emphasis on methods of problem-solving. This expanded 2nd Edition contains updated examples and has been revised to incorporate the use of a calculator and a microcomputer. Each topic is introduced via a real example, followed by both analytical and numerical approaches to the solution. Where a computer approach is helpful, a flow diagram is provided, in some cases supplemented by a BASIC computer program listing. This new edition features a more modular approach to topics, new examples, a greater reliance on numerical methods, and a new chapter on discrete mathematics. The material on the Laplace transform now covers step functions and periodic functions. Includes worked examples.

"This compendium of essential formulae, definitions, tables and general information provides the mathematical information required by students, technicians, scientists and engineers in day-to-day engineering practice. All the essentials of engineering mathematics - from algebra, geometry and trigonometry to logic circuits, differential equations and probability - are covered, with clear and succinct explanations and illustrated with over 300 line drawings and 500 worked examples based in real-world application. The emphasis throughout the book is on providing the practical tools needed to solve mathematical problems quickly and efficiently in engineering contexts." --Publisher.

Engineering Mathematics is a textbook written for undergraduate students of all streams of engineering. This book covers all the topics taught in mathematics in different semesters in the B.Tech curriculum. It encompasses wide-ranging topics with emphasis on applications to real-world problems.

A practical introduction to the core mathematics required for engineering study and practice Now in its seventh edition, Engineering Mathematics is an established textbook that has helped thousands of students to succeed in their exams. John Bird's approach is based on worked examples and interactive problems. This makes it ideal for students from a wide range of academic backgrounds as the student can work through the material at their own pace. Mathematical theories are explained in a straightforward manner, being supported by practical engineering examples and applications in order to ensure that readers can relate theory to practice. The extensive and thorough topic coverage makes this an ideal text for a range of Level 2 and 3 engineering courses. This title is supported by a companion website with resources for both students and lecturers, including lists of essential formulae, multiple choice tests, full solutions for all 1,800 further questions contained within the practice exercises, and biographical information on the 24 famous mathematicians and engineers referenced throughout the book. The companion website for this title can be accessed from www.routledge.com/cw/bird

Studying engineering, whether it is mechanical, electrical or civil relies heavily on an understanding of mathematics. This new textbook clearly demonstrates the relevance of mathematical principles and shows how to apply them to solve real-life engineering problems. It deliberately starts at an elementary level so that students who are starting from a low knowledge base will be able to quickly get up to the level required. Students who have not studied mathematics for some time will find this an excellent refresher. Each chapter starts with the basics before gently increasing in complexity. A full outline of essential definitions, formulae, laws and procedures are introduced before real world situations, practicals and problem solving demonstrate how the theory is applied. Focusing on learning through practice, it contains examples, supported by 1,600 worked problems and 3,000 further problems contained within exercises throughout the text. In addition, 34 revision tests are included at regular intervals. An interactive companion website is also provided containing 2,750 further problems with worked solutions and instructor materials

Suitable for a first year course in the subject, this book is an introduction to the field of engineering mathematics. The book is accompanied by online bridging chapters - refresher units in core subjects to bring students up to speed with what they'll need to know before taking the engineering mathematics course.