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by Stuart R. Porter and John F. Ernst

ISBN13: 978-0673461766

ISBN10: 0673461769

Cover type:

Edition: 2ND 95

Copyright: 1995

Publisher: Harpercollins College Division

Published: 1995

International: No

ISBN10: 0673461769

Cover type:

Edition: 2ND 95

Copyright: 1995

Publisher: Harpercollins College Division

Published: 1995

International: No

Intended for the Technical Mathematics course, Basic Technical Mathematics with Calculus is the first text to utilize the graphing calculator in Optional boxes throughout. It addresses the recent technological advances that are making their mark in the mathematics classroom. The text features a wide range of up-to-date applied problems in technical areas as well as the business world that make mathematics interesting and meaningful. Use of the graphics calculator is integrated seamlessly throughout the text and is presented as a tool which does not detract from text content and can be omitted by the instructor if desired. The second edition boasts new applications in the areas of business and finance; the placement of trigonometric concepts before radian measure; and enhanced material on significant digits and approximate numbers.

Number Systems

Review of Algebra

Review of Geometry

Plane Figures

Similar Polygons

Perimeter and Area of Plane Figures

Geometric Solids, Surface Area, Volume

Review Exercises

Writing About Mathematics

Chapter Test

Linear Equations and Dimensional Analysis

Functions and Graphs

Introduction to Trigonometry

Vectors and Oblique Triangles

Graphs of Trigonometric Functions

Imaginary and Complex Numbers

Systems of Linear Equations and Determinants

Quadratic Equations

Equations of Higher Degree

Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Inequalities and Absolute Values

Additional Topics in Trigonometry

Sequences and Series

Introduction to Statistics

Plane Analytic Geometry

The Derivative

Applications of the Derivative

Integration

Applications of Integration

Differentiation and Integration of Transcendental Functions

Methods of Integration

First Order Differential Equations

Higher Order Linear Differential Equations and Laplace

Transforms

Appendixes

Stuart R. Porter and John F. Ernst

ISBN13: 978-0673461766ISBN10: 0673461769

Cover type:

Edition: 2ND 95

Copyright: 1995

Publisher: Harpercollins College Division

Published: 1995

International: No

Intended for the Technical Mathematics course, Basic Technical Mathematics with Calculus is the first text to utilize the graphing calculator in Optional boxes throughout. It addresses the recent technological advances that are making their mark in the mathematics classroom. The text features a wide range of up-to-date applied problems in technical areas as well as the business world that make mathematics interesting and meaningful. Use of the graphics calculator is integrated seamlessly throughout the text and is presented as a tool which does not detract from text content and can be omitted by the instructor if desired. The second edition boasts new applications in the areas of business and finance; the placement of trigonometric concepts before radian measure; and enhanced material on significant digits and approximate numbers.

Table of Contents

Number Systems

Review of Algebra

Review of Geometry

Plane Figures

Similar Polygons

Perimeter and Area of Plane Figures

Geometric Solids, Surface Area, Volume

Review Exercises

Writing About Mathematics

Chapter Test

Linear Equations and Dimensional Analysis

Functions and Graphs

Introduction to Trigonometry

Vectors and Oblique Triangles

Graphs of Trigonometric Functions

Imaginary and Complex Numbers

Systems of Linear Equations and Determinants

Quadratic Equations

Equations of Higher Degree

Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Inequalities and Absolute Values

Additional Topics in Trigonometry

Sequences and Series

Introduction to Statistics

Plane Analytic Geometry

The Derivative

Applications of the Derivative

Integration

Applications of Integration

Differentiation and Integration of Transcendental Functions

Methods of Integration

First Order Differential Equations

Higher Order Linear Differential Equations and Laplace

Transforms

Appendixes

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