## Barron's FE Fundamentals of Engineering ExamPassing the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam is the first step toward becoming a Registered, or Professional, Engineer. The P.E. designation is a prerequisite for work as a consulting engineer, as well as for engineering management positions in many industries. This book prepares applicants with a mini diagnostic test plus a full-length two-part practice examination with questions answered and explained. Prospective test takers will also find valuable brush-up chapters covering all test topics: biology, chemistry, computer programming, dynamics, electricity and magnetism, engineering economy, ethics and business practices, fluid mechanics, materials science and structure, mathematics, probability and statistics, mechanics of materials, statics, and thermodynamics and heat transfer. Additional practice questions with answer keys and explanations follow each chapter. |

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### Contents

Mathematics | 17 |

Engineering Probability | 63 |

Chemistry | 79 |

Computer Terminology Spreadsheets and Generic Programming | 131 |

Statics | 169 |

Dynamics | 201 |

Strength off Materials | 257 |

Fluid Mechanics | 281 |

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