Basic Electronics Math

1st Edition

Print ISBN: 9780750697279
eBook ISBN: 9780080499802
Imprint: Newnes
Published Date: 1st June 1996
Page Count: 208
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Most students entering an electronics technician program have an understanding of mathematics. Basic Electronics Math provides is a practical application of these basics to electronic theory and circuits.

The first half of Basic Electronics Math provides a refresher of mathematical concepts. These chapters can be taught separately from or in combination with the rest of the book, as needed by the students. The second half of Basic Electronics Math covers applications to electronics.

Key Features

Basic concepts of electronics math. Numerous problems and examples. Uses real-world applications.


Electronics Technician programs (FE colleges, technical schools, community colleges, high schools GNVQ)

Table of Contents

Arithmetic Fractions Operations with Powers and Roots of Numbers Scientific Notation and Powers of Ten Units - Measurements and the Metric System Computer Numbering Systems Introduction to Algebra Algebraic Multiplication of Mononomials and Polynomials Division of Mononomials and Polynomials Equations and Formulas Factors of Algebraic Expressions Operations on Algebraic Fractions Fractional Equations Network Theorems Simultaneous Equations and Graphical Solutions Complex Algebra Logarithms Natural Logarithms and Exponential Functions Fundamentals of Trigonometry Vector Fundamentals Principles of Alternating Currents Boolean Algebra * Answers


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Although written primarily for vocationaltechnical students, this text offers a good refresher course for hobbyists, progressing from a review of basic mathematical concepts to the practical application of these concepts to electronic circuits. - Library Journal 2004