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by Bertrard Singer,Harry Forster,Mitchel E Schultz
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  • Author:
    Bertrard Singer,Harry Forster,Mitchel E Schultz
  • ISBN:
    0028050223
  • ISBN13:
    978-0028050225
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  • Publisher:
    Glencoe/McGraw-Hill; 8 edition (2000)
  • Pages:
    897 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Engineering
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by Bertrard Singer (Author), Harry Forster (Author), Mitchel E Schultz (Author) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-0028050225. This is the book for you if you are struggling to understand how to apply the basic laws of electronics: Ohm's, Thevenin's, Norton's, Kirchhoff's, etc. This book starts from basic arithmetic, works slowly up through fractions, and only winds up at school algebra about halfway through the book. By the end of the book they've touched on vectors, trigonometry, AC power, and Boolean algebra.

Basic Mathmatics for Electricity and Electronics. com User, December 3, 1999. This is without a doubt one of thee most detaild but easiest books to follow in the field of elecronics

Basic Mathmatics for Electricity and Electronics. This is without a doubt one of thee most detaild but easiest books to follow in the field of elecronics. It gives detailed information on everything from the very basic resistors, and Ohm's Law, to Thevenin's Theorum. I can't say enough about this book, it is my bible for everything I do. I use it as a study guide and as a referance for those awkward times when I get confused. Basic Mathmatics for Electricity and Electronics.

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The math theory is developed in slow, simple stages and is directly applied to the solution of real problems. This method is backed up with "CHECKUPS" which act as a motivator, and "BRUSHUPS" which review the mathematical concepts immediately necessary for the continuance of the electrical development and applications.

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This is the book for you if you are struggling to understand how to apply the basic laws of electronics: Ohm's, Thevenin's, Norton's, Kirchhoff's, etc. This book starts from basic arithmetic, works slowly up through fractions, and only winds up at school algebra about halfway through the book. By the end of the book they've touched on vectors, trigonometry, AC power, and Boolean algebra. These more advanced subjects are all treated at a very basic level: the algebra is simple school algebra, the trig is no more than is necessary to understand vectors, the vector math is only there to make phasor diagrams useful, phasors are only covered to make 3-phase power understandable, etc.

The book's has a tilt towards the world of the industrial electrician, rather than that of the electronics technician. A symptom of this is that inductance is covered before capacitance -- motors are more visible than capacitors -- the opposite of the usual way in teaching electronics.

This book will not teach you electronics, per se. You need to be reading this book along with an electronics text.

This is a text book, not a narrative. It's all here as you remember from your grade school math books: word problems, partial lists of answers in the back of the book, worked example problems, etc.

If you've already read _The Art of Electronics_ by Horowitz and Hill and didn't find the first chapter particularly hard going, this book is way too elementary for you.
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Fenritaur
It's a very good reference ... Explained very well ...
Kazigrel
Very helpfull book
Abandoned Electrical
Very small letters. But useful
Cel
My professor said that this the only book to teach only the basic algebra of circuit theory instead of that using advanced calculus like Electrical Engineering books do. That has to be the only reason it is tolerated.
It does teach simple math but examples are largely confusing or useless and to me the book had an overall unorganized feeling to it.
I like a to be able to go back through a chapter a find a particular equation of subject for reason. That is very difficult with this one.
The hard cover of the book was coming off. But over all the book was ok.