Engineering Mathematics: A Foundation for Electronic, Electrical, Communications, and Systems Engineers
Prentice Hall, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 969 pages
"Key new changes based on extensive research from students and lecturers: improved format and 2-colour text design; increased coverage of basic algebraic techniques; a new chapter on co-ordinate systems; extensive new material on the discrete Fourier transform and related techniques, of particular relevance to digital signal processing; enchanced coverage of line, surface and volume integrals; and supplements package includes solutions manual."--BOOK JACKET.
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Chapter 2 Engineering functions
The trigonometric functions
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a x b amplitude angle angular frequency approximation Argand diagram axis Calculate capacitor circuit coefficients complex numbers component Consider constant converges convolution convolution theorem cosh curve defined denoted diagram difference equation differential equation eigenvalues electric electrical network engineering Euler's method Evaluate expression Find the inverse first-order formula Fourier series Fourier transform Gaussian elimination given gives graph Hence illustrated independent variable input interval inverse Laplace transform iteration line integral linear Maclaurin series matrix method multiplying negative non-trivial solutions Note obtain orthogonal output partial derivatives partial fractions positive rate of change resistor result Review exercises root rule scalar product second-order Taylor polynomial sequence shown in Figure signal sinh sint Solution Example solve surface Table Taylor polynomial technique triangle truth table vector field vector product Verify voltage waveform write written zero