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An Introduction to Engineering Mathematics

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  • Date Published: May 2016
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781316611906

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  • Originally published in 1936, this textbook was primarily designed for students of applied mathematics to provide a solid foundation for studies on the practical side of the subject. The book, whilst carefully keeping the groundwork of pure mathematics, covering key elementary aspects of the subject, such as quadratic equations, in the main explores the 'generally understood technical allusions, illustrations, and graded applications'. The book provides multiple useful and challenging exercises and is shaped and established around the syllabus at the time of publication. Chapters are broad in scope, detailed and clearly written; chapter titles include, 'Curved graphs', 'Trigonometry ratios and exercises' and 'Loci'. Aiming to achieve a 'logical sequence of leading theorems, clear deductions and concise, practical applications', this textbook will be of great value to students of engineering mathematics as well as to anyone with an interest in physics, materials science and the history of education.

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    • Date Published: May 2016
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781316611906
    • length: 276 pages
    • dimensions: 203 x 127 x 17 mm
    • weight: 0.32kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    1. Factors and multiples
    vulgar fractions
    regular solids
    mensuration of rectangle and triangle
    decimals
    approximations and significant figures
    revision exercises
    2. Ratio and proportion
    inverse proportion
    averages
    percentages
    3. Powers and roots
    4. Symbols
    algebraic sums
    algebraic multiplication
    algebraic division
    rule of signs
    brackets and symbolic expression
    5. Factors
    6. Simple equations
    problems
    change of subject
    7. Angles and angle measure
    parallelism
    triangles
    angles of polygons
    congruence of triangles
    8. Geometry and mensuration of quadrilaterals and polygons
    theorem of Pythagoras
    9. Logarithms
    10. Mensuration of the circle, sector, annulus
    11. Use of squared paper
    proportion by graphs
    12. Simultaneous equations
    problems
    13. Co-ordinates, straight lines and slopes
    graphical solution of simultaneous equations
    the equation of a straight line
    14. Mensuration of solids
    volumes and surface areas of cubes and prisms
    cylinders, pyramids, cones, frusta
    spheres
    similar figures, plane and solid
    15. Curved graphs
    16. Quadratic equations
    17. Trigonometry - ratios and exercises
    18. Geometry of the circle
    chords, angles and tangency
    useful propositions and exercises
    19. Loci
    Tests
    Tables and constants
    Mensuration formulae (summary of)
    Tables. Logarithms
    antilogarithms
    sines
    cosines
    tangents
    Index
    Answers.

  • Authors

    D. McMullin

    A. C. Parkinson

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