Whether you're a Mathcad novice or veteran user, this first-of-its-kind book can help you quickly tap the awesome power of Mathcad, the world's most popular computer software for doing mathematics. Students and other new users are introduced to essential underlying concepts and key features of Mathcad in a user-friendly way--while the book's abundant sample problems from multiple disciplines, invaluable how-to tips, and accompanying CD-ROM exercises help experienced users discover and apply the power of previously unused Mathcad features to their daily work.
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Exploit ALL of Mathcad's powerful features! Many users of Mathcad don't know how to utilize its full arsenal of powerful capabilities. Rely on this guide and CD-ROM for crystal-clear guidance on how to get started with Mathcad and use all its capabilities for calculating complex mathematical equations and running simulations. They're packed with feature demonstrations, practical sample problems, and guidelines for using Mathcad in conjunction with Microsoft Word, Lotus Notes, and the Internet. Get ready to solve a vast range of math problems and communicate many types of mathematical ideas...fast! Step-by-step chapters show how to use Mathcad to: do integrations, differentiations, and symbolic operations; Maximize your problem-solving versatility with a range variable; Perform matrix operations and solutions of sets of linear equations; Make speedy recalculations when parameter values change; solve problems recalculation when parameter values change; solve problems in mathematics, physics, engineering, astronomy, business, and more; Handle problems involving trigonometry, angles, and logarithms; Evaluate investments and perform other financial analyses. Unleash the full power of Mathcad to: Set up calculations; Graph results; Compute derivatives; Do 3-D plots; solve equations; Much more!About the Author:
Howard Keller recently retired from the Corporate Planning Department of MetLife. Previously he was a physicist at the Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science in Pittsburgh, as well as an industrial engineer in the steel industry. Mr. Keller is co-author of The Right Mix, also published by McGraw-Hill. John G. Crandall has worked as a mechanical engineer at General Motors, and is the founder of Duquesne Systems and a former vice president of information systems at Legent. His latest venture is Optimum Power Technology, which specializes in engine simulation software.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0079131360
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0079131360