Engineering Mathematics Through ApplicationsEngineering Mathematics through Applications is a new reference and selfstudy guide for professionals and students which uses applications from a wide range of technical disciplines to help teach the subject and convey its relevance. The mathematics is developed through clear and easy stepbystep examples rather than formal proofs, and the mathematical theory is supported by the use of technology in solving real life engineering problems. The answers to all the questions are included within, while complete worked solutions are available on the accompanying website.

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Contents
Numbers  12 
Powers of 10  32 
Ratios  48 
Indices  66 
Quadratic equations  86 
Visualizing Engineering Formulae  99 
Quadratics revisited  114 
Further graphs 720  127 
Optimization problems  320 
Tangents and normals  335 
Numerical solution of equations  351 
Integration by substitution  368 
Integration by parts  388 
Engineering Applications of Integration  425 
Further numerical integration  434 
Engineering applications  442 
Combinations of functions  150 
Modulus function  163 
Angles and graphs  177 
Radians  192 
Applications of identities  209 
Logarithmic Exponential and Hyperbolic Functions  223 
Applications of logarithms  241 
Differentiation  257 
Chain rule revisited  274 
Parametric differentiation  291 
Engineering Applications of Differentiation  307 
Applications in mechanics  452 
Complex Numbers  463 
Matrices  507 
Vectors  567 
First Order Differential Equations  601 
Second Order Linear Differential  656 
Partial Differentiation  694 
Probability and Statistics  726 
Solutions  797 
Standard Normal Distribution Table  821 
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