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Mathematics for Electrical Technicians

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The definition and solution of engineering problems relies on the ability to represent systems and their behaviour in mathematical terms. Mathematics for Electrical Technicians 4/5 provides a simple and practical guide to the fundamental mathematical skills essential to technicians and engineers. This second edition has been revised and expanded to cover the BTEC Higher - 'Mathematics for Engineers' module for Electrical and Electronic Engineering Higher National Certificates and Diplomas. It will also meet the needs of first and second year undergraduates studying electrical engineering.

Mathematics for Electrical Technicians Level 3

Author : J. O. Bird
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Practical Problems in Mathematics for Electronic Technicians

Author : Stephen L. Herman
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Success in the electronics field requires a substantial background in mathematics. This updated book is written to provide beginning students with these needed skills. Practical, easy-to-understand problems help prepare students for the types of problems that professional electronic technicians face everyday. As part of the successful Practical Problems in Mathematics series, this fourth edition features expanded coverage of scientific notation, increased problems to be solved using a calculator, additional information on RLC circuits, and a new unit on simultaneous equations that includes coverage of Kirchoff’s Law.

Mathematics for Radio and Electronics Technicians

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Introductory Electrical Engineering With Math Explained in Accessible Language

Author : Magno Urbano
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Offers an understanding of the theoretical principles in electronic engineering, in clear and understandable terms Introductory Electrical Engineering With Math Explained in Accessible Language offers a text that explores the basic concepts and principles of electrical engineering. The author—a noted expert on the topic—explains the underlying mathematics involved in electrical engineering through the use of examples that help with an understanding of the theory. The text contains clear explanations of the mathematical theory that is needed to understand every topic presented, which will aid students in engineering courses who may lack the necessary basic math knowledge. Designed to breakdown complex math concepts into understandable terms, the book incorporates several math tricks and knowledge such as matrices determinant and multiplication. The author also explains how certain mathematical formulas are derived. In addition, the text includes tables of integrals and other tables to help, for example, find resistors’ and capacitors’ values. The author provides the accessible language, examples, and images that make the topic accessible and understandable. This important book: • Contains discussion of concepts that go from the basic to the complex, always using simplified language • Provides examples, diagrams, and illustrations that work to enhance explanations • Explains the mathematical knowledge that is crucial to understanding electrical concepts • Contains both solved exercises in-line with the explanations Written for students, electronic hobbyists and technicians, Introductory Electrical Engineering With Math Explained in Accessible Language is a much-needed text that is filled with the basics concepts of electrical engineering with the approachable math that aids in an understanding of the topic.

BTEC National Mathematics for Technicians

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This title covers all mathematics components for the BTEC National Engineering qualification and provides a perfect guide for students on a variety of courses including motor building studies, architecture and motor vehicle technology.

Practical Problems in Mathematics for Electronics Technicians

Author : Stephen L. Herman
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This new edition prepares students for success in the electronics field, beginning with basic arithmetic and progressing through algebra and trigonometry. Through logical deductive thinking, students arrive at answers to multi-step problems related to the electronics field.

The Role of Mathematics in Electrical electronic Technology

Author : Melvin L. Barlow
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Mathematics for Electricity and Electronics

Author : Arthur D. Kramer
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This book provides a thorough understanding of essential algebra and trigonometry for electricity and electronic technology.

Resources in Education

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Occupational Outlook Handbook

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Describes 250 occupations which cover approximately 107 million jobs.

Research in Education

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Educational Systems of Africa

Author : Inez Sepmeyer
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Engineering Principles for Electrical Technicians

Author : K. M. Smith
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Engineering Principles for Electrical Technicians serves as an introduction to basic engineering principles. This book discusses several topics, including rectifier equipment, pole systems, capacitors, electrical energy, and operating torque. Organized into 23 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the different applications of forces, including gravitational, friction, accelerating, shear, tensile, and compressive force. This text then defines the center of gravity as the point through which the resultant weight acts in whatever position the body is placed. Other chapters consider the efficiency, velocity, and mechanical advantage of simple machines. This book discusses as well the value of the factor of safety that depends on the material being used and the circumstances under which the material will work. The final chapter deals with thermionic emission that is concerned with the production of charged particles at a heated surface. This book is a valuable resource for electrical, mechanical, and telecommunications technicians.

Inorganic Chemistry for Higher Education

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Elementary Technical Mathematics

Author : Dale Ewen
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ELEMENTARY TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS Eleventh Edition is written to help students with minimal math background successfully prepare for technical, trade, allied health, or Tech Prep programs. The authors focus on fundamental concepts in basic arithmetic including the metric system and measurement, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics, which are supported by thousands of examples, exercises, and applications surrounding such fields as industrial and construction trades, electronics, agriculture/horticulture, allied health, CAD/drafting, HVAC, welding, auto/diesel service, aviation, natural resources, culinary arts, business/personal finance, and others. For this revision, the authors have added over 150 new exercises, 30 new examples, new applications categories, and a new appendix on simple inequalities. The goal of ELEMENTARY TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS is to engage students and provide them with the math background they need to succeed in future courses and careers. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Organic Chemistry for Higher Education

Author : John Brockington
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The Bookseller

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International Journal of Electrical Engineering Education

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The Mathematical Gazette

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