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Engineering Mathematics by Charles Proteus Steinmetz

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Engineering Mathematics
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Publisher: McGraw-Hill
ISBN/ASIN: 1341005259
Number of pages: 326

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I have attempted to bring together and discuss explicitly, with numerous practical applications, all those branches of mathematics which are of special importance to the electrical engineer. Theoretical knowledge of mathematics is not sufficient for the engineer, but it must be accompanied by ability to apply it and derive results to carry out numerical calculations.

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