Bird's engineering mathematics / John Bird.Material type: TextPublication details: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, c2021Edition: Ninth editionDescription: 1 volume : illustrations (black and white) ; 28 cmISBN: 9780367643799 (hardback)Uniform titles: Engineering mathematics Subject(s): Engineering mathematics | Engineering mathematics -- Problems, exercises, etcDDC classification: 620.001/51 LOC classification: TA330 | .B57 2021
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Section 1: Number and algebra1. Revision of fractions, decimals and percentages 2. Indices, standard form and engineering notation 3. Binary, octal and hexadecimal numbers 4. Calculations and evaluation of formulae 5. Algebra 6. Further algebra 7. Partial fractions 8. Solving simple equations 9. Transposition of formulae 10. Solving simultaneous equations 11. Solving quadratic equations 12. Inequalities 13. Logarithms 14. Exponential functions 15. Number sequences 16. The binomial series Section 2: Trigonometry17. Introduction to trigonometry 18. Trigonometric waveforms 19. Cartesian and polar co-ordinates 20. Triangles and some practical applications 21. Trigonometric identities and equations 22. Compound angles Section 3: Areas and volumes 23. Areas of common shapes 24. The circle and its properties 25. Volumes and surface areas of common solids 26. Irregular areas and volumes and mean values of waveforms Section 4: Graphs27. Straight line graphs 28. Reduction of non-linear laws to linear form 29. Graphs with logarithmic scales 30. Graphical solution of equations 31. Functions and their curves Section 5: Complex numbers 32. Complex numbers 33. De Moivre's theorem Section 6: Vectors 34. Vectors 35. Methods of adding alternating waveforms Section 7: Differential calculus36. Introduction to differentiation 37. Methods of differentiation 38. Some applications of differentiation 39. Solving equations by Newton's methods 40. Maclaurin's series 41. Differentiation of parametric equations 42. Differentiation of implicit functions 43. Logarithmic differentiation Section 8: Integral calculus44. Standard integration 45. Integration using algebraic substitutions 46. Integration using trigonometric substitutions 47. Integration using partial fractions 48. The t = tan /2 substitution 49. Integration by parts 50. Numerical integration 51. Areas under and between curves 52. Mean and root mean square values 53. Volumes and solids of revolution 54. Centroids of simple shapes 55. Second moments of area Section 9: Differential equations 56. Introduction to differential equations Section 10: Further number and algebra57. Boolean algebra and logic circuits 58. The theory of matrices and determinants 59. The solution of simultaneous equations by matrices and determinants Section 11: Statistics 60. Presentation of statistical data 61. Mean, median, mode and standard deviation 62. Probability63. The binomial and Poisson distribution 64. The normal distribution 65. Linear correlation 66. Linear regression 67. Sampling and estimation theories List of essential formulaeAnswers to Practice Exercises
"Mathematics is explained using over 550 practical engineering worked examples and interactive problems, for Level 2 and 3 engineering and A level courses. The companion website provides essential formulae, multiple choice tests, and full solutions for 1,900 further questions; and answers to revision tests for adopting course instructors"--
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