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Students today enter engineering courses with a wide range of mathematical skills, due to the many different pre-university qualifications studied. Bill Cox's aim is for students to gain a thorough understanding of the maths they are studying, by first strengthening their background in the essentials of each topic. His approach allows a unique self-paced study style, in which students Review their strengths and weaknesses through self-administered diagnostic tests, then focus on Revision where they need it, to finally Reinforce the skills required.
Understanding Engineering Mathematics is structured around a highly successful 'transition' maths course at Aston University which has demonstrated a clear improvement in students' achievement in mathematics, and has been commended by QAA Subject Review and engineering accreditation reports.
- A core undergraduate text with a unique interactive style that enables students to diagnose their strengths and weaknesses and focus their efforts where needed
- Ideal for self-paced self-study and tutorial work, building from an initially supportive approach to the development of independent learning skills
- Lots of targeted examples and exercises
Number and arithmetic
Functions and series
Exponential and logarithm functions
Geometry of lines, triangles and circles
Trigonometry; Coordinate geometry
Techniques of differentiation
Techniques of integration
Applications of differentiation and integration
Matrices and determinants
Analysis for engineers limits, sequences, iteration and all that
Ordinary differential equations
Functions of more than one variable partial differentiation
An appreciation of transform methods
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 2001
- 19th October 2001
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Aston University, UK
"Most of syllabi covered with all steps included insolved examples. Plenty of basic maths" --Senior Lecturer
"Good readability and relevant for the Foundation year with practical examples" --College Programme Director