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Essential Mathematics for Electronics Technicians by Fred Monaco

Essential Mathematics for Electronics Technicians


Essential Mathematics for Electronics Technicians by Fred Monaco

This introduction to applied mathematics for beginning technology students uses electronics as a vehicle for explaining mathematics in a non-threatening way. Coverage encompasses all areas of mathematics applicable to electronics technology, from basic algebra to advanced functions in trigonometry. An introduction to computers is provided through the use of prototype programs in BASIC. The approach encourages students to learn programming through use of BASIC programs to solve realistic circuit problems.

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Publication date

17th September 1990


Fred Monaco

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Merrill an imprint of Pearson Education (US)


672 pages


Electronics & communications engineering



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