## Engineering Technology Problem Solving: Techniques Using Electronic Calculators, Second Edition |

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### Contents

Introduction to Problem Solving | 1 |

Simple Applied Problems | 23 |

Reciprocals Powers and Roots | 47 |

Trigonometric Functions | 69 |

Physics Problems and Formula Rearrangement | 99 |

Calculation of Volumes Centroids and Center of Gravity | 115 |

Logarithms and Exponentials | 141 |

Applications of Higher Mathematics | 157 |

Principal and Interest | 197 |

Statistical Problems | 203 |

Programming and Special Techniques for the 1168 | 219 |

Programming and Special Techniques for the Casio | 233 |

Programming and Special Techniques for the HP32SII | 243 |

References | 269 |

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2nd FMLA algebraic algebralc notation angle antilog applied approximate Boyle's law Calculate the volume Calculator program Calculator routine Casio center of gravity centroids circuit CLEAR 2nd coefficients Convert curve decimal degrees deflection Denominator derivative determining diameter digit DISP FX DISPLAY COMMENT 2nd DISPLAY COMMENT CLEAR distance ENTER PRESS DISPLAY ENTER RCL entry EXAMPLE 14 figure Find formula fraction ft/sec function g/mole given graph Hewlett-Packard hypotenuse INPUT integration law of cosines length liter logarithms max scl mi/hr moles press 2nd PRESS DISPLAY COMMENT pressure PRGM problems involving procedure Pythagorean theorem radians radius RC circuit reciprocal Required resistance reverse Polish notation Review YN root routine for algebralc routine for reverse scientific notation SHIFT shown in Fig side simultaneous equations Solution Solve the following STO ALPHA temperature Texas Instruments unknowns in Fig variable velocity voltage Write a program x-value