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Mathematics for Engineers: Volume II
Authors:   Rakesh Dube

ISBN: 978-81-8487-054-1 
Publication Year:   2010
Pages:   834
Binding:   Paper Back


About the book

This text book, reflects many years of teaching experience of the author, provides a clear, concise and authoritative treatment of the topics and is designed to meet the requirements of undergraduate students in the engineering and science disciplines. Enriched by many specially designed numerical examples and exercises which test the degree of understanding achieved, this book will be of value to all engineering and science students. This book (volumes I & II) covers the complete syllabi of engineering mathematics in various universities


Key Features

  • Clear and concise presentation of the theory and problem solving techniques 575 solved examples and 765 unsolved problems Answers and hints for problems given to Motivate students



Table of content

Preface / The Laplace Transform / The Inverse Laplace Transforms / Applications of Laplace Transforms / Fourier Series / Partial Differential Equations of the First Order / Linear Partial Differential Equations / Classification of Linear Partial Differential Equations / Method of Separation of Variables / The Fourier Transform / The Z-Transform / Analytic Functions / Complex Integrations / Power Series and Expansion in Series / Singularities / Calculus of Residues and Evaluation of Real Definite Integrals / Conformal Mapping / Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis / Correlation Analysis / Regression Analysis / Probability Distributions / Theory of Equations / Method of Least Squares: Curve Fitting / Index.




Audience
Undergraduate Students in Engineering and Science Disciplines