|Rating||:||4.75 (583 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||801 Pages|
The Fifth Edition more effectively suits the needs of users and has been updated and reviewed to ensure both currency and accuracy. From the Publisher This best-seller gets readers involved--hands-on--in a thorough, complete, practical study of electronics math and its relationship to the world of electronics.
"TOO MUCH COVERED IN TOO LITTLE BIT OF SPACE" according to A Customer. The textbook quickly covers the information in a very confusing manner so it's very hard to understand their concepts. This textbook tries to cover too much information with the amount of pages it has. For example, in Chapter 1, the lessons cover the explanation . A Customer said Good book except for errors in answers. My earlier review was critical of errors in answers given for end of chapter questions and for test questions in the supplemental test writer. The book in general is good. Examples shown are better than average and the subject matter is good. My earlier review wa. Elementary Math I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone who has finished with middle school math. With the exception of the brief area on other (binary) counting systems, there's very little that is of any real relevance to electronics i.e. Fourier and Laplace transformations,
This best-seller gets readers involved - hands-on - in a thorough, complete, practical study of electronics math and its relationship to the world of electronics. There's a new chapter on statistics in an effort to provide technicians with all of the tools required on the job; a new section on conversions between decimals, fractions and percents; and new examples, practice problems and end-of-chapter problems where appropriate.. The Fifth Edition more effectively suits the needs of users and has been updated and reviewed to ensure both currency and accuracy