Handbook of Applied Mathematics
Edward E. Grazda, Morris Brenner, William R. Minrath
Van Nostrand, 1966 - Business mathematics - 1119 pages
This handbook describes the important principles of mathematics (ranging from arithmetic through calculus), and the applications of mathematics to different trades and technologies, such as brickworking, heating, electronics, carpentry, and so forth. It includes many problems and examples. Published 1966.
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alternating current amperes angle armature base calculated cell circle circuit circular mils coefficient coil Common Logarithms concrete conductor copper cosec Cosine Cotang Cotang Tang cubic feet decimal direct current distance divided electrical electromotive force electron equal Ex.-Log factor figure Fixture floor foot formula gallons Gear on Stud grid voltage Gypsum heat Hole ILLUSTRATION Inches Inches installed insulation interest joists Lath length load logarithms machine magnetic measured metal mortar motor multiplied National Electrical Code Ohm's Law ohms pipe plaster plate current pounds quantities radiation radius rafters reactance resistance revolutions per minute roof screw sheets shown in Fig side Sine space specific gravity square feet square inches square root steel surface TABLE TANGENTS tank taper temperature thick thread tion triangle tube unit voltage volts wall watts weight width wire yards