## Digital differential analyzers: an applications manual for digital and Bush type differential analyzers |

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My wife's Great-Grandfather is the Author/Publisher of this book. He died in 1990, only a year after I was born, so I never had the honor of speaking to him. I am an aspiring Electrical engineer, with high regards for math,and I am 'blessed' in math I guess you could say. This book is amazing and very inspirational. I wish, though, that I could have spoken directly to George.

My wife's grandmother owns the original, binded with cardboard and duct tape, unmodified.

I someday hope to own a copy myself, and study the contained concepts in more depth.

### Contents

Binary and Decimal Systems | 4 |

The Exponential Function | 11 |

Inverse Trigonometric Functions | 24 |

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