A textbook for a course in high schools, community colleges, and technical institutes. Assuming no prerequisites except access to a calculator, describes those concepts and methods of mathematics used for solving problems in electronics, for example binary notation and operations are developed along
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Ideal as a review/reference, this best-seller focuses on mathematical topics that are most useful in solving electronics problems. Hands-on in approach it features an abundance of step-by-step examples, practice problems, and self-tests.Calculator usage is covered as necessary.From the Publisher:
This best-seller gets readers involved--hands-on--in a thorough, complete, practical study of electronics math and its relationship to the world of electronics. The Fifth Edition more effectively suits the needs of users and has been updated and reviewed to ensure both currency and accuracy.
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Book Description Prentice-Hall, 1986. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0132523213