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# Mathematics Applied to Electronics - 6th edition

ISBN13: 978-0130476005
ISBN10: 0130476005

Summary: 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 br

Features
• NEW--Companion website at http://www.prenhall.com/harter--Includes multiple choice and true/false review quizzes for each chapter.
• Tests the students comprehension and e-mails the score back to the instructor.
• NEW--Rewritten chapter on Applying Fractions to Electrical Circuits--Chapter 10.
• Emphasizes the product over the sum form of the two branch equivalent resistance equation.
• NEW--Rewritten chapter on Vectors and Phasors--Chapter 24.
• Emphasizes the use of the calculators rectangular to polar and polar to rectangular keys to carry out mathematical operations with complex numbers.
• NEW--Chapter Performance Objectives.
• Provides students with key outcomes for each chapter.
• NEW--Section Challenges.
• Unifies students comprehension of key mathematical concepts spanning several chapters.
• Fully integrated use of calculator.
• Prompts students with flags in margins for conventional and programmable calculator use.
• Specially designed calculator drills.
• Enhances students understanding of features of scientific calculators.
• Easy entry into algebra.
• Offers students a gradual treatment of fundamental material.
• Extensive coverage of functions and graphs.
• Familiarizes students with the relationship between functions and graphs commonly found in data books and engineering application notes.
• Chapter-end Selected Terms and Glossary at end of text.
• Emphasizes essential technical terms from each chapter and makes them familiar and accessible to students.
• In-depth use of SI units--Chapters 3, 7, 10, and 12.
• Helps students relate to the units in circuit books.
• Over 4,000 exercises--Ordered from simple to complex.
• Introduces concepts, reinforces ideas, interrelates principles, and indicates important information to students.
• Comprehensive coverage of computer number systems and logic equations--Chapters 31 and 32.
• Familiarizes students with systems commonly associated with digital equipment automation controls and computing systems.
Summary: 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.

Features
• NEW--Companion website at http://www.prenhall.com/harter--Includes multiple choice and true/false review quizzes for each chapter.
• Tests the students comprehension and e-mails the score back to the instructor.
• NEW--Rewritten chapter on Applying Fractions to Electrical Circuits--Chapter 10.
• Emphasizes the product over the sum form of the two branch equivalent resistance equation.
• NEW--Rewritten chapter on Vectors and Phasors--Chapter 24.
• Emphasizes the use of the calculators rectangular to polar and polar to rectangular keys to carry out mathematical operations with complex numbers.
• NEW--Chapter Performance Objectives.
• Provides students with key outcomes for each chapter.
• NEW--Section Challenges.
• Unifies students comprehension of key mathematical concepts spanning several chapters.
• Fully integrated use of calculator.
• Prompts students with flags in margins for conventional and programmable calculator use.
• Specially designed calculator drills.
• Enhances students understanding of features of scientific calculators.
• Easy entry into algebra.
• Offers students a gradual treatment of fundamental material.
• Extensive coverage of functions and graphs.
• Familiarizes students with the relationship between functions and graphs commonly found in data books and engineering application notes.
• Chapter-end Selected Terms and Glossary at end of text.
• Emphasizes essential technical terms from each chapter and makes them familiar and accessible to students.
• In-depth use of SI units--Chapters 3, 7, 10, and 12.
• Helps students relate to the units in circuit books.
• Over 4,000 exercises--Ordered from simple to complex.
• Introduces concepts, reinforces ideas, interrelates principles, and indicates important information to students.
• Comprehensive coverage of computer number systems and logic equations--Chapters 31 and 32.
• Familiarizes students with systems commonly associated with digital equipment automation controls and computing systems.
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Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Year Published: 2004
International: No

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