Schaum's Outline of Basic Mathematics with Applications to Science and Technology

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McGraw Hill Professional, May 22, 1998 - Mathematics - 341 pages
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Contents

Decimal Fractions
1
Measurement and Scientific Notation
9
Common Fractions
36
Percentage
51
Essentials of Algebra
61
Ratio and Proportion
95
Linear Equations
106
Exponents and Radicals
131
Trigonometic Functions
291
Solution of Triangles
306
Vectors
322
Radian Measure
340
Conic Sections
358
Numbering Systems
371
Arithmetic Operations in a Computer
384
Counting Methods
408

Logarithms
171
Quadratic Equations and Square Roots
214
Essentials of Plane Geometry
243
Solid Figures
276
Probability and Odds
417
Statistics
429
Appendix
461
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Ramon A. Mata-Toledo, Ph.D. (Harrisonburg, VA) is an associate professor of computer science at James Madison with 30 years of teaching experience. Pauline K. Cushman, Ph.D. (Harrisonburg, VA) is an assistant professor of integrated science and technology and computer science at James Madison University.

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