About The Book Engineering Mathematics

**Book Summary:**

This well-organized and readable text is intended for the first-year engineering students of all disciplines for a first-semester course in engineering mathematics. The book provides a thorough exposure to three broad areas of engineering mathematicsdifferential and integral calculus, analytical geometry and vector analysis. It is designed to help students acquire a solid foundation in the basic skills of these areas of mathematics and also to enable them to develop problem-solving skills. Written in an easy-to-understand style, the book is self-contained for independent study as well.

**Key Features :**

Provides clear and focused coverage of topics.

Theory and concepts are explained step-by-step to substantiate the results and to aid the learning process.

Provides a large number of fully-worked examples and exercises in each chapter.

Gives short answer and long answer questions at the end of each chapter.

Table of Contents:

Contents

Preface

Chapter 1 INFINITE SERIES

Chapter 2 LIMIT, CONTINUITY AND DIFFERENTIABILITY

Chapter 3 SUCCESSIVE DIFFERENTIATION

Chapter 4 MEAN VALUE THEOREM

Chapter 5 REDUCTION FORMULA

Chapter 6 RECTIFICATION

Chapter 7 FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES: LIMIT, CONTINUITY AND PARTIAL DERIVATIVES

Chapter 8 MAXIMA AND MINIMA

Chapter 9 JACOBIANS

Chapter 10 MULTIPLE INTEGRALS

Chapter 11 AREA, VOLUME AND SURFACE OF REVOLUTION

Chapter 12 MOMENT OF INERTIA AND CENTRE OF GRAVITY

Chapter 13 VECTOR ALGEBRA

Chapter 14 GRADIENT, DIVERGENCE AND CURL

Chapter 15 VECTOR INTEGRATION

Chapter 16 THREE-DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY

Bibliography

Appendix

Index