Revised to meet the needs of the wide range of students beginning engineering courses, the fifth edition of this text has an extended "Foundation" section including new chapters on graphs, trigonometry, and binomial series and functions. As an introductory mathematics course for students on science and engineering degrees and pre-degree courses, it is suitable for both classroom use and self study. The new CD-ROM included with the book provides stepped hints, worked solutions and immediate feedback on exercises and problems. It has a user friendly interface and intuitive design. A networkable version is also available with a channelling of student progress through to the tutor.
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takes students through the mathematics in a step-by-step fashion, using a wealth of examples and exercises. The book is divided into two sections with the Foundations section starting at level 0 of the IEng syllabus and the main section extending over all elements of a first year undergraduate course. The book therefore suits a full range of abilities and levels of access. A new CD-ROM acts as a personal tutor guiding students though exercises. A multi-user version is available for course tutors to set tutorial sessions and assessments with channelled feedback.
NEW respected and experienced author on board
NEW Quizzes and Can You? checklists guide the reader through the course and focus understanding
NEW Expanded Foundation section means access for even more students, including those with GCSE entry level
NEW Foundation programmes on Graphs, Trigonometry, Binomial Series and Functions
NEW Programme on the Laplace Transform
NEW Bigger format with modern page layout
NEW Exciting, innovative CD-ROM. Multi-user functionality also available.
NEW Interactive Further Problems on this website (from late Spring 2001)
NEW Applications Problems on this website (from late Spring 2001)
Full breadth of exercises from basic to challenging
Ideal for self-study and classroom use
A much copied, but never equalled approach which leads the student through the mathematics until they can do it - learning by doing.