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Engineering Economy, 7th edition, presents a crisp, bold new design using color, highlighting and icons to focus on important concepts, terms, equations and decision guidelines. There are new features, new topics (such as ethics and staged decision making), and new online tools; yet no compromise on coverage, examples, or the well-accepted writing style of this popular text. The preface provides an overview of What’s New and graphically depicts resources for Instructors and Students. Solved examples, problems and case studies target many of the current engineering challenges in areas such as energy, ethics, the environment, and the world’s changing economics. Approximately eighty percent of the end-of-chapter problems are revised or new for this edition.
Some of the outstanding pedagogical characteristics of this new edition include its easy-to-read writing style, learning outcomes for each section, progressive examples used throughout a chapter, solved examples using manual and integrated spreadsheet solutions, updated case studies, Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam questions for each chapter, and numerous new end-of-chapter exercises.
A significant new feature is the availability of brief, downloadable online presentations (podcasts) that incorporate voice-over, animated Power Point slides. These are available on the text’s website for students and instructors to utilize as support tools in or outside the classroom. Each module includes descriptive material and worked examples that supplement course material.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #14672 in Books
- Published on: 2011-02-22
- Original language: English
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 11.20" h x 1.20" w x 8.50" l, 3.43 pounds
- Binding: Hardcover
- 640 pages
- Engineering Economy Textbook
Most helpful customer reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
this is probably the single most useful class I took in college
By Quan M. Tran
I gave it a four star because the book is somewhat confusing due to the author's writing style. There's nothing wrong with the physical book. That earns a five star. And I bought the international edition, which is the same as the US edition, just paperback, cheaper, and printed on thinner paper. Content was identical to my classmate's book. Writing style aside, this is probably the single most useful class I took in college. I still use the book, and I've been out of college for a few years. Everything from student loans to house mortgage to everything in between.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
It gets the job done, but you will get ...
By Justin Smith
It gets the job done, but you will get sleepier than you ever have in your entire life trying to read it. Not really the books fault, just economics in general.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Difficult to understand
The concepts in this book are not hard, but the book is ambiguous and difficult to read. The author's do not do a very good job at explaining details but luckily the concepts of this book are similar to normal economy but on a larger scale.