Basic Mathematics for Electricity and Electronics

Hardcover | October 22, 1999

byBertrard Singer, Harry Forster, Mitchel Schultz

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The math theory is developed in slow, simple stages and is directly applied to the solution of real problems. This method is backed up with "CHECKUPS" which act as a motivator, and "BRUSHUPS" which review the mathematical concepts immediately necessary for the continuance of the electrical development and applications.

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The math theory is developed in slow, simple stages and is directly applied to the solution of real problems. This method is backed up with "CHECKUPS" which act as a motivator, and "BRUSHUPS" which review the mathematical concepts immediately necessary for the continuance of the electrical development and applications.

Format:HardcoverDimensions:10.2 × 8.3 × 1.6 inPublished:October 22, 1999Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0028050223

ISBN - 13:9780028050225

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Electricity

Chapter 2 Simple Electric Circuits

Chapter 3 Formulas

Chapter 4 Series Circuits

Chapter 5 Parallel Circuits

Chapter 6 Combination Circuits

Chapter 7 Electric Power

Chapter 8 Algebra for Complex Electric Circuits

Chapter 9 Kirchoff's Laws

Chapter 10 Applications for Series and Parallel Circuits

Chapter 11 Efficiency

Chapter 12 Resistance of Wire

Chapter 13 Size of Wiring

Chapter 14 Trigonometry for Alternating-Current Electricity

Chapter 15 Introduction to AC Electricity

Chapter 16 Inductance and Transformers

Chapter 17 Capacitance

Chapter 18 Series AC Circuits

Chapter 19 Parallel AC Circuits

Chapter 20 Alternating-Current Power

Chapter 21 Three-Phase Systems

Chapter 22 Three-Phase Transformer Connections

Chapter 23 Mathematics for Logic Controls

Chapter 24 Signal Distribution