Introduction to MathCAD

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Computers - 176 pages
This comprehensive book presents Mathcad as a means of solving engineering problems, since engineering is about finding solutions and letting other people know about them. Mathcad help finds solutions and communicate those solutions to others. Basically, there are two reasons for using Mathcad in engineering. First, it can handle the problems engineers encounter every day. Second, when an engineer has solved a problem using Mathcad, the result is a professional worksheet with the equations in readable form and results clearly displayed.

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Mathcad Fundamentals
8
Mathcad functions
36
Working with Matrices
60
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A former professor of mathematics at Yale University who holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University, Ronald Larsen established Crary Mills Pottery in New York State in 1978. Since then, he has been a full-time studio potter who makes functional stoneware pottery using traditional hand methods. His work has been exhibited throughout the country.

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