## Mathematics for Electronics and ComputersWith 12 textbooks; 23 editions, and 20 years of front-line education experience, best-selling author Nigel Cook has written this text as a complete math course for high school, community college, or vocational/technical college students seeking a career in electronics and computer technology. This finely tuned, carefully tested, and accuracy checked volume is organized into three parts: *PART A: Basic Math *Fractions; Decimal Numbers; Positive and Negative Numbers; Exponents and the Metric System; Algebra, Equations, and Formulas; Geometry and Trigonometry; and Logarithms and Graphs *PART B: Electronics Math *Current and Voltage; Resistance and Power; Series DC Circuits; Parallel DC Circuits; Series-Parallel DC Circuits and Theorems; Alternating Current (AC); Capacitors; Inductors and Transformers; RLC Circuits and Complex Numbers; and Diodes and Transistors *PART C: Computer Math *Analog to Digital; Number Systems and Codes; Logic Gates; Boolean Expressions and Algebra; Binary Arithmetic; and Introduction to Computer Programming Text Features As with any topic to be learned, the method of presentation can make a big difference between clear comprehension and complete confusion. all math topics with extensive applications to show the student the value of math as a tool. Therefore, if the need for math is instantly demonstrated, the tool is retained. Some additional features include: *Student-friendly writing style *Integrated math applications *Section self-test evaluation points *Circuit analysis tables *Extensive end-of-chapter test bank *Humanistic vignettes *Worked-out examples *Calculator sequence examples *Proto-board pictorials *Margin term definitions |

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angle base basic biased binary number Calculator sequence capacitance capacitor circuit current circuit in Figure collector column Communication Skill Questions completed this section connected current flow current gain decibel decimal number Describe diode electrical electronic emitter energy equal equation equivalent example following questions formula frequency function graph hexadecimal impedance inductance inductor INTEGRATED MATH APPLICATION load logarithm logic gate multiply negative numbers number system Objective octal Ohm's law one's complement operation p-n junction parallel circuit POINT FOR SECTION positive number Protoboard questions to test ratio RC circuit reactance reset and carry resistor resonant SELF-TEST EVALUATION POINT series circuit shown in Figure sides sine wave Solution source voltage STEP subtraction switch symbol test your understanding theorem total current total resistance transistor triangle truth table two's complement understanding of Section vector voltage drop voltage source waveform XOR gate zener zener diode zero