• Elementary Engineering Mathematics (For I & II Semesters of B. Tech. & Diploma Courses)
Book Detail
Publication Year 2004
ISBN-13 978-81-7409-257-1
ISBN-10 81-7409-257-1
Language English
Edition Fifteenth
Number of Pages 623
Preface The book has been thoroughly revised and a number of sections have been rewritten. Some elementary topics have been included to meet the requirement of the beginners in engineering studies deleting some sections of lesser utility. A variety of new illustrative examples and problems selected from various examinations papers which sharpen ones skill to use various methods, have been added. The list of Objective Type of Questions appended to each chapter, has also been also been updated. It is hoped that the book in its revised form will serve a move useful purpose. The authors take this opportunity to thank fellow professors for their suggestions and patronage of the book. Suggestions for improvement of the text and intimation of misprints will be thankfully acknowledged.
Table of Contents * Preliminaries * Solution of Equations & Curve Fitting * Determinants * Matrices * Complex Numbers * Analytical Plane Geometry * Analytical Solid Geometry * Differentiation & its Applications * Integration & its Applications * Partial Differentiation & its Applications * Multiple Integrals & Beta, Gamma Functions * Vector Analysis * Differential Equations of First Order with Applications * Linear Differential Equations with Applications * Partial Differential Equations * Infinite Series * Fourier Series & Harmonic Analysis * Laplace Transforms with Applications * Simple Numerical Methods * Elements of Statistics and Probability * Introduction to Linear Programming * Appendix * Index

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