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Essential Mathematical Skills: For Students of Engineering, Science and…

by Steven Ian Barry

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0868405655, Paperback)

Some mathematical skills are essential for engineering and science courses. Mostly it will be assumed that these skills have already been mastered, and unless so, it is easy to become lost in further study. Knowing these skills is one thing; remembering them so that they can be practically applied is entirely another. This book isn't here to teach these essentials—it isn't a textbook—but is intended to help drum them in and keep them there for future use.

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Some mathematical skills are essential for engineering and science courses. Often it is assumed in such courses that these skills have been mastered, but some students still require assistance. This book is intended to help them remember the basic skills required. It is not a textbook.… (more)

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