This clearly written, easy-to-study text provides students with the skills they need to solve problems in electricity and electronics. Although problems are stated in the language of electricity and electronics, students need not have a working knowledge of the subject to make effective use of the text. The terminology helps students gain familiarity with the form and presentation of problems without having to apply the electrical principles involved. Mathematics for Grob Basic Electronics provides all the mathematical skills and concepts needed to work with Grob:Basic Electronics.
The text covers a wide range of topics, from the manipulation of signed numbers, through algebra and trigonometry, to an introduction to digital logic and Boolean algebra. Hundreds of graded problems provide drill as well as analytical exercises for students. The only prerequisite is a knowledge of the four basic arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, although the text does include a brief review of these operations. A new feature of the Fourth Edition is its emphasis on the use of calculator function keys to solve math problems.
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A tutorial and review exercises cover decimals, negative numbers, powers and roots, logarithms, the metric system, alegbra, solving equations, trigonometry, and computer mathematics.
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Book Description Glencoe/Mcgraw-Hill, 1989. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 3 Sub. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070249210