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Math for Electricity and Electronics

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3rd
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9781401870966

ISBN10:
1401870961
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
6/15/2005
Publisher(s):
CENGAGE Delmar Learning
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Summary

The latest step in the evolution of Mathemtics for Electricty & Electronics, the third edition makes use of more exercises and examples than ever before to make it the most direct route to a thorough understanding of essential algebra and trigonometry for electricty and electronics technology. Practical, well-illustrated information sharpens the readerís ability to think quantitatively, predict results, and troubleshoot effectively, while repetitive drills encourage the learning of necessary rote skills. All of the mathematical concepts, symbols, and formulas required by future technicians and technologists are covered to help ensure mastery of the latest ideas and technology. And finally, the text is rounded out by real-life applications to electrical problems, improved calculator examples and solutions, and topics that prepare readers for the study of calculus.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Basic Arithmetic
1(26)
Arithmetic Operations
1(6)
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
7(6)
Adding Fractions
13(7)
Hand Calculator Operations
20(7)
Arithmetic Operations and Memory
20(7)
Decimals and Percentages
27(24)
Decimals
27(5)
Percentages
32(7)
Precision and Accuracy
39(4)
Hand Calculator Operations
43(8)
Powers and Roots
51(30)
Powers
51(5)
Powers of 10
56(9)
Numbers Times Powers of Ten
60(5)
Square Roots and Cube Roots
65(7)
Hand Calculator Operations
72(9)
Powers
72(1)
Roots
73(8)
Systems of Measurement
81(24)
Scientific and Engineering Notation
81(8)
Metric System (SI)
89(6)
The U.S. Customary System
95(4)
Hand Calculator Operations
99(6)
Scientific Notation
99(1)
Engineering Notation
99(6)
Basic Algebra
105(28)
Signed Numbers
105(8)
Signs of Grouping
111(2)
Algebraic Terms
113(4)
Rules for Exponents
117(16)
Multiplying and Dividing Terms
123(2)
Applications to DC and AC Circuits
125(8)
Linear Equations
133(14)
Solution of First-Degree Equations
133(6)
Equation Solving Methods
139(8)
Basics of DC Circuits
147(18)
DC Circuits and Ohm's Law
147(7)
Electric Power
154(11)
Power and Energy
158(7)
Multiplying and Factoring Polynomials
165(20)
Multiplying Polynomials
165(3)
Monomial Factors
168(3)
Binomial Factors
171(4)
Difference of Two Squares
171(1)
Trinomials with Leading Coefficient = 1
171(2)
Trinomials with Leading Coefficient # 1
173(2)
Second-Degree Equations
175(10)
Solution by Taking Square Roots
175(1)
Solution by Factoring
176(1)
Solution by the Quadratic Formula
177(8)
Algebraic Fractions
185(18)
Reducing Fractions
185(3)
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
188(3)
Addition of Fractions
191(5)
Equations with Fractions
196(7)
Formulas and Problem Solving
203(18)
Formulas and Literal Equations
203(7)
Problem Solving
210(11)
Series and Parallel DC Circuits
221(22)
Series Circuits
221(5)
Aiding and Opposing Voltages
223(3)
Parallel Circuits
226(6)
Series-Parallel Circuits
232(11)
Graphs
243(20)
Rectangular Coordinate System
243(4)
Linear Function
247(7)
Nonlinear Graphs
254(9)
Linear Systems
263(24)
Graphical Solution of Two Linear Equations
263(4)
Algebraic Solution of Two Linear Equations
267(7)
Solution by Determinants
274(5)
Matrices
274(1)
Solution of Two Linear Equations
275(4)
Solution of Three Linear Equations
279(8)
Network Analysis
287(14)
Voltage Division
287(4)
Kirchhoff's Laws
291(3)
Solving Circuits
294(7)
Network Theorems
301(18)
Superposition Theorem
301(5)
Thevenin's Theorem
306(5)
Norton's Theorem
311(8)
Voltage and Current Sources
311(1)
Nortonizing a Circuit
312(7)
Trigonometry of the Right Triangle
319(22)
Angles and Triangles
319(5)
Angles and Radian Measure
319(5)
Pythagorean Theorem
324(6)
Similar Polygons and Triangles
326(4)
Trigonometric Ratios
330(11)
Trigonometry of the Circle
341(18)
Trigonometric Functions
341(5)
Reference Angles and Special Angles
346(5)
Quadrant Angles
348(1)
Negative Angles and Angles Greater Than 360°
348(3)
Inverse Functions
351(8)
Alternating Current
359(20)
Alternating Current Waves
359(5)
Sine Curve
359(1)
Cosine Curve
360(2)
Alternating Current
362(2)
Root Mean Square Values
364(4)
Frequency and Period
368(4)
Phase Angle
372(7)
Trigonometry of Vectors
379(16)
Vectors and Phasors
379(6)
Adding Vectors and Phasors
380(3)
Components
383(2)
Law of Sines
385(3)
Proof of the Law of Sines
386(2)
Law of Cosines
388(7)
Proof of the Law of Cosines
389(6)
Complex Numbers and Phasors
395(18)
The j Operator
395(4)
Complex Numbers
399(4)
Complex Phasors
403(4)
Polar Form
404(3)
Operations with Complex Phasors
407(6)
Series AC Circuits
413(22)
Inductive Reactance and RL Series Circuits
413(7)
Inductive Reactance
413(2)
RL Series Circuits
415(5)
Capacitive Reactance and RC Series Circuits
420(5)
Capacitive Reactance
420(1)
RC Series Circuits
421(4)
RLC Series Circuits and Resonance
425(10)
Power in an AC Circuit
429(1)
Series Resonance
429(6)
Parallel AC Circuits
435(26)
RL Circuits
435(3)
RC Circuits
438(3)
Susceptance and Admittance
441(3)
RLC Circuits
444(4)
AC Networks
448(3)
Filters
451(10)
Low-Pass Filters
451(1)
High-Pass Filters
452(1)
Bandpass Filters
453(2)
Band-Reject Filter
455(6)
Exponents and Logarithms
461(18)
Fractional Exponents
461(4)
Exponential Functions
465(5)
The Exponential Function e2
467(3)
Common and Natural Logarithms
470(9)
Common Logarithms
471(1)
Natural Logarithms
472(1)
Rules for Logarithms
473(6)
Applications of Logarithms
479(20)
Exponential Equations
479(3)
RC and RL Circuits
482(6)
RC Circuit
482(2)
RL Circuit
484(4)
Power and Gain
488(4)
Antenna Gain
490(2)
Bode Plots
492(7)
Computer Number Systems
499(26)
Binary Number System
499(5)
Decimal Numbers
499(1)
Binary Numbers
500(4)
Binary Arithmetic
504(4)
Binary Addition
504(1)
Binary Subtraction Using Complements
505(3)
Octal Number System
508(3)
Conversions Among Octal, Decimal, and Binary Numbers
509(2)
Hexadecimal Number System
511(4)
Conversions Among Hexadecimal, Decimal, and Binary Numbers
512(2)
Conversions Among Decimal, Binary, and Hexadecimal Numbers
514(1)
Hexadecimal Arithmetic
515(3)
Hexadecimal Addition
516(1)
Hexadecimal Subtraction Using Complements
516(2)
Computer Codes
518(7)
ASCII
518(7)
Boolean Algebra
525(20)
Boolean Algebra
525(5)
Logic Circuits
530(7)
Series and Parallel Switching Circuits
530(1)
Logic Gates
531(3)
NAND and NOR Gates
534(3)
Karnaugh Maps
537(8)
Three Variables
538(1)
Four Variables
539(6)
Statistics
545(18)
Mean, Median, and Mode
545(5)
Standard Deviation
550(4)
Histograms and the Normal Curve
554(9)
Normal Curve
556(1)
Properties of the Normal Curve
556(7)
Appendix A Calculator Functions 563(4)
Appendix B Notation and Formulas 567(10)
Appendix C Answers to Odd-Numbered Exercises 577(46)
Index 623


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