# Engineering mathematics : a foundation for electronic, electrical, communications and systems engineers / Anthony Croft, Robert Davison, Martin Hargreaves & James Flint

##### Contributor(s): Croft, Tony | Davison, Robert [author] | Hargreaves, Martin [author] | Flint, James [author].

Material type: TextPublisher: Harlow : Pearson, ©2013Edition: 4th ed.Description: xviii, 961 pages: figures, tables ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780273719779 (pbk .Subject(s): Engineering mathematics | Engineering mathematics -- Problems, exercises, etc | Technology | Mechanical engineering & materials | Maths for engineers | Technology: general issues | Engineering: generalItem type | Current location | Call number | Status | Date due | Barcode |
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General | GMIT Galway General Shelves | 510.2462 ENG (Browse shelf) | Available | J146066 |

Text on lining papers

Includes index

Review Of Algebraic Techniques -- Engineering Functions -- The Trigonometic Functions -- Coordinate Systems -- Discrete Mathematics -- Sequences And Series -- Vectors -- Matrix Algebra -- Complex Numbers -- Differentiation -- Techniques of Differentiation -- Application of Differentiation -- Integration -- Techniques of Integration -- Applications of Integration -- Further Topics in Integration -- Numerical Integration --Taylor Polynomials, Taylor Series and Maclaurin Series -- Ordinary Differential Equations I -- Ordinary Differential Equations II -- The Laplace Transform -- Difference Equations and the z Transform -- Fourier Series -- The Fourier Transform -- Functions of Several Variables -- Vector Calculus -- Line Integrals and Multiple Integrals -- Probability -- Statistics and Probability Distributions -- Appendix I Representing a continuous function and a sequence as a sum of weighted impulses -- Appendix II The Greek alphabet -- Appendix III SI units and prefixes -- Appendix IV The binomial expansion of (n-N/n)n

This text presents the 'how' and 'why' of engineering mathematics, carefully balancing techniques with conceptual understanding. The objective throughout is to give students the confidence and skills to solve both simple and complex engineering.

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