Basic Engineering Mathematics By John Bird 5th Edition introduces and then consolidates basic mathematical principles and promotes awareness of mathematics. In this fifth edition, new material has been added to many of the chapters, particularly a number of the sooner chapters, together with extra practical problems interspersed throughout the text. The extent of this fifth edition is such four chapters from the previous edition have been eliminated and available on website http://www.booksite.elsevier.com/newnes/bird.

The chapters removed to the website are ‘Number sequences’, ‘Binary, octal and hexadecimal’, ‘Inequalities’ and ‘Graphs with logarithmic scales’. The text is relevant to:

  • ‘Mathematics for Engineering Technicians
  • The mandatory ‘Mathematics for Technicians’ for BTEC National Certificate and National Diploma in Engineering, NQF Level 3 – Chapters 7–10, 14–17, 34 and 35 are needed and, additionally , Chapters 1–6, 11 and 12 are helpful revision for this module.
  • Basic mathematics for a wide range of introductory/ access/foundation mathematics courses.
  • GCSE revision and for similar mathematics courses in English-speaking countries worldwide.

Basic Engineering Mathematics 5th Edition provides a lead into Engineering Mathematics 6th Edition. Each topic fully considered in the text is displayed in a way that assumes within the reader little previous knowledge of that topic.

Basic Engineering Mathematics By John Bird

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Basic Engineering Mathematics – 5th Edition: Table of Content
  1. Basic arithmetic
  2. Fractions
  3. Decimals
  4. Using a calculator
  5. Percentages
  6. Ratio and proportion
  7. Powers, roots and laws of indices
  8. Units, prefixes and engineering notation
  9. Basic algebra
  10. Further algebra
  11. Solving simple equations
  12. Transposing formulae
  13. Solving simultaneous equations
  14. Solving quadratic equations
  15. Logarithms
  16. Exponential functions
  17. Straight line graphs
  18. Graphs reducing non-linear laws to linear form
  19. Graphical solution of equations
  20. Angles and triangles
  21. Introduction to trigonometry
  22. Trigonometric wave forms
  23. Non-right-angled triangles and some practical applications
  24. Cartesian and polar co-ordinates
  25. Areas of common shapes
  26. The circle
  27. Volumes of common solids
  28. Irregular areas and volumes, and mean values
  29. Vectors
  30. Methods of adding alternating wave forms
  31. Presentation of statistical data
  32. Mean, median, mode and standard deviation
  33. Probability
  34. Introduction to differentiation
  35. Introduction to integration
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