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book-author

Kuldip S. Rattan ; Nathan W. Klingbeil ; Craig M. Baudendistel

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PDF

isbn10

1119604443

isbn13

9781119604440

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English

publisher

John Wiley & Sons


Book Description

“Introductory Mathematics for Engineering Applications, 2nd Edition,” authored by Kuldip S. Rattan, Nathan W. Klingbeil, and Craig M. Baudendistel, is an essential textbook designed to equip first-year engineering students with a strong foundation in mathematics tailored to their specific needs. This comprehensive and practical approach to mathematics integrates pre-calculus, trigonometry, calculus, and differential equations within the context of engineering applications.

Unlike traditional mathematics textbooks that focus solely on theory and derivations, this book takes a hands-on and applications-based approach. It emphasizes the practical aspects of mathematics by presenting a wide array of worked examples and problems that directly relate to real-world engineering scenarios. These applications span various engineering disciplines, from calculating hydrostatic pressure on retaining walls to measuring current, voltage, and energy in electrical circuits. By providing relevant and context-rich mathematical problems, this textbook prepares students to tackle the engineering challenges they will encounter throughout their academic and professional careers.

The book's accessibility and clear chapters enable students to grasp mathematical concepts and apply them to engineering problems without the need for extensive calculus prerequisites. It serves as an excellent complement to traditional math courses, allowing engineering students to progress in their curriculum without first completing advanced calculus requirements.

In this fully updated second edition, the authors have enhanced the learning experience by offering the textbook in an ePub format. This format provides students with interactive and engaging resources, facilitating a deeper understanding of mathematics in the context of engineering. The book covers a wide range of engineering topics, including physics, statics, dynamics, strength of materials, and electric circuits, making it a valuable resource for engineering students at the outset of their academic journey.

“Introductory Mathematics for Engineering Applications, 2nd Edition” is a practical and indispensable resource that bridges the gap between mathematics and engineering for first-year students. With its focus on real-world applications, hands-on problem-solving, and enhanced learning tools, this textbook empowers aspiring engineers with the mathematical knowledge and skills required to succeed in their academic and professional endeavors.

book-author

Kuldip S. Rattan ; Nathan W. Klingbeil ; Craig M. Baudendistel

file-type

PDF

isbn10

1119604443

isbn13

9781119604440

language

English

publisher

John Wiley & Sons

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