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EAN-13 | 9780028008530 |

Product Name | Basic Mathematics For Electronics |

Language | English |

Category | Book / Magazine / Publication |

Short Description | Height:9.53 inches / Length:7.6 inches / Weight:3.13 pounds / Width:1.42 inches |

Amazon.com | Buy on Amazon ~ 0028008537 |

SKU | 1200676285 |

Price New | 49.32 US Dollars (curriencies) |

Price Used | 51.88 US Dollars (curriencies) |

Width | 1.6 inches (convert) |

Height | 9.5 inches (convert) |

Length | 7.6 inches (convert) |

Weight | 49.44 ounces (convert) |

Author | Nelson Cooke, Herbert Adams, Peter Dell, T. Moore |

Page Count | 804 |

Binding | Hardcover |

Published | 12/16/1991 |

Long Description | Basic Mathematics for Electronics combines electronic theory and applications with the mathematical principles necessary to solve a wide range of circuit problems. Coverage of mathematical topics reflects current trends in electronics. A complete chapter is devoted to Karnaugh mapping to help students cope with the greater complexity of modern digital circuit devices. Marginal notes indicate areas of special interest in computers and computer usage. To facilitate learning, material is presented in a block form that employs a two-color, single-column format. After the initial chapters, sections may be studied ndependently. As each new topic is introduced, illustrative examples and numerous problems, graded from easy to difficult, are given for reinforcement. Answers to odd-numbered problems are provided in the back of the book. The Answers to Even-Numbered Problems booklet contains answers and selected worked-out solutions. A computerized Test Bank and Transparency Masters are also available with this edition. |

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Interleave 2 of 5 (digits only)

Codabar (digits and limited punctuation)

Plessey (digits and letters A-F)

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