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Applied Mathematics Sustained covers many areas of application of mathematics concepts to basic physical science problems.
In seven chapters, the author extensively treats the basic application of mathematics to physical experience at the tertiary level of science and engineering education. He exhausts topics like Equation of Lines and Planes, Vector Analysis, Moments of Inertia, Newton’s famous Laws of Motion, Work, Energy and Power, analysis of projectiles, and Resolution of any number of forces of particles. The book is also equipped with a copious supplement of mathematical signs and symbols, as well as a useful dossier on formulae that will stretch the horizon of readers beyond their comfort zone.
The book is highly recommended to those who will be taking basic courses in the physical sciences where applied mathematics, as an invaluable tool, has always been sustained.
This work has succeeded in highlighting the peculiar topics that every student of science and engineering must confront in his or her studies. The layout has been tailored to meet the requirements of the established curriculum. Every page is complete with lucid expressions that will serve to capture readers’ attention and sustain their interest in a subject already notorious for the tendency to bore the student (and bore the teacher). Every topic covered provides an open sesame for the student to tackle a whole range of problems in that genre.