2nd Edition

Engineering Technology Problem Solving Techniques Using Electronic Calculators, Second Edition

Edited By H. Irvine Copyright 1992
    288 Pages
    by CRC Press

    This book covers the main special functions that are available on the two most popular calculators, the Texas Instruments TI-55 and the Hewlett-Packard HP-33E. It is designed for use by beginning engineering and technical students and as a handbook for calculator applications.

    1. Introduction to Problem Solving 2. Simple Applied Problems 3. Reciprocals, Powers, and Roots 4. Trigonometrlc Functions 5. Physics Problems and Fonnula Rearrangement 6. Calculation of Volumes, Centroids, and Center of Gravity 7. Logarlthms and Esponentials 8. Appllcations of Higher Mathematics 9. Principal and Interest 10. Statistical Problems 11. Programming and Special Techniques for the Tl-68 12. Programming and Special Techniques for the Casio FX-7000GA 13. Programming and Special Techniques for the HP-32SJI


    H. Irvine