Engineering Mathematics with Tables
by M.A. Keasey, G.A. Kline, D.A. McIlhatten
Publisher: The Blakiston company 1940
Number of pages: 376
Problem solving is an absolute essential in the learning process. The problems in this book emphasize the use of the mathematical principles so vital to a clear understanding of Engineering. They also furnish the necessary foundation for the later development of the Analytical Geometry and the Calculus.
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