Introduction to Mathcad 11

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004 - Mathematics - 251 pages
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ESource—Prentice Hall's Engineering Source—provides a comprehensive, customizable introductory engineering and computing library. Featuring over 25 modules and growing, ESource allows users to fully customize their books through the ESource website. Using the ESource online BookBuild system at, users can view and select book chapters, change the sequence, instantly calculate the book's net (bookstore) price, request a free examination copy, and generate an ISBN for placing a bookstore order. Mathcad as a Design Tool; Mathcad as a Mathematical Problem Solver; Mathcad Fundamentals; Mathcad Functions; Trigonometric Functions; Advanced Mathematics Functions; Mathcad's Matrix Definitions; Array Operations; Graphing With Mathcad; Programming in Mathcad; Symbolic Matrix Math; and Numerical Techniques. For professionals in General Engineering or Computer Science fields.

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Ron Larsen is a professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Montana State University and received his Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University. He was initially attracted to engineering by the challenges the profession offers. Some of the greatest challenges he has faced while teaching have involved nontraditional teaching situations, including evening courses for practicing engineers and teaching through an interpreter at the Mongolian National University. These experiences provided opportunities to try new ways of communicating technical material, and the new techniques have been incorporated in his lectures and texts. Introduction to Mathcad and Engineering with Excel developed from sets of course notes prepared to help his students more effectively utilize a new software tool. They continue to be updated to meet the needs of engineers in an ever-changing workplace.

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