Engineering Mathematics : Volume 1

Engineering Mathematics : Volume 1

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Product Specifications

Publisher PHI Learning All Engineering Mathematics books by PHI Learning
ISBN 9788120341951
Number of Pages 676
Edition Second Edition
Available in all digital devices
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About The Book Engineering Mathematics

Book Summary:

This book, now in its second edition, is designed for the first-year undergraduate students of all branches of engineering of the various Indian universities.

The book presents the concepts of matrices and differential calculus. It elaborates differential equations and multiple integrals along with complex integration and vectors. The text explains Greens theorem, Stokes theorem and Gausss divergence theorem with their applications. It also deals with the solution of differential and integral equations using the Laplace transform, and explains concepts in three-dimensional geometry (sphere, cone and cylinder) as well as functions of several variables.

New to the Second Edition :

Includes three new chapters on Sphere (Chapter 9), Cone and Cylinder (Chapter 10) and Function of Several Variables (Chapter 11).

Incorporates numerous worked-out examples.

Provides Model Papers including two-mark questions.

Table of Contents:
Unit I
1. Matrices
2. Differential Calculus
Unit II
3. Differential Equations
Unit III
4. Multiple Integrals
5. Vectors
Unit IV
6. Analytic Functions
7. Complex Integration
Unit V
8. Laplace Transforms
9. Sphere
10. Cone and Cylinder
11. Functions of Several Variables
Two-Mark Questions (Semester I)
Two-Mark Questions (Semester II)
Model Papers (Semester I)
Model Papers (Semester II)