Suitable as a two-semester stand-alone math text for electronics students at the Community College, Proprietary School or Vo-Tech Center. Course is most likely found in departments of electronics technology or electronics engineering technology. Written with the understanding that incoming students are often excited about beginning their study of electronics, but are not so enthused about math, this book provides an accessible, application-driven approach to algebra and trigonometry. In addition to a strong mathematical understanding, its many practical examples and exercises are designed to develop the solid work habits and thought processes that are essential for success in the workplace.

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Written with the understanding that incoming students are often excited about beginning their study of electronics, but are not so enthused about math, this book provides an accessible, application-driven approach to algebra and trigonometry. In addition to a strong mathematical understanding, its many practical examples and exercises are designed to develop the solid work habits and thought processes that are essential for success in the workplace.

This text provides a solid foundation in algebra, trigonometry, and other related math concepts and applies these concepts to the field of electronics. To support these applications, the text also covers important electronics concepts, including networking, telecommunications, and fiber optics.

Some of the features of this text include:

- Clear discussions of the concepts and theories.
- Numerous examples.
- Exercises and application problems.
- End-of-chapter review material.
- Free StudyWizard tutorial software packaged with the book.
The use of graphing calculators is integrated throughout the text. The TI-86 is the featured calculator, but in many cases calculator sequences are also given for non-graphing calculators.

To supplement the student text, a free companion website with additional review questions is available to instructors and students.

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