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Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8th Edition
(110 customer reviews)
A revision of the market leader, Kreyszig is known for its comprehensive coverage, careful and correct mathematics, outstanding exercises, helpful worked examples, and self-contained subject-matter parts for maximum teaching flexibility. The new edition provides invitations - not requirements - to use technology, as well as new conceptual problems, and new projects that focus on writing and working in teams.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #336609 in Books
- Published on: 1998-10-23
- Ingredients: Example Ingredients
- Original language: English
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 9.72" h x 1.67" w x 7.44" l, .0 pounds
- Binding: Hardcover
- 1288 pages
Most helpful customer reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
I find this book to have a thorough treatment of ...
I find this book to have a thorough treatment of a variety of differential equation solving methods necessary in engineering. It has many examples and problems and is laid out quite conveniently. I wish I had known about this book sooner.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful.
I used this book for my Electrical Engineering curriculum way back in 1977-1981, and I remember the pleasure I had learning Math from it. In some cases I hardly took notes in the class, but relied almost completely on the book to learn the subject. Well, it's almost 30 years later, and I've decided to re-learn the Math I loved so much but lost over the years. What a surprise to find Kreyszig's book is still around. I believe the reason for its longevity is just that it presents the complcated Math very effectively. When studying a particular subject, it was sometimes necessary for me to go back and re-read and re-read (the Math covered is not easy!), but the concept was there waiting for me to find it. I believe this book is an excellent tool for grasping some very complicates subjects.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Bought this to review for the DQE
I bought this book to review for doctoral qualifying exams, and I have to say the coverage is really extensive. Virtually every area of math useful to an engineer (or graduate student in engineering) will be in here. The book also includes problems and solutions, which is a huge boon to somebody studying for an exam like mine.
The explanations can be a bit brief but are adequate for review: you probably don't want to use this as a first textbook in differential equations / signal processing /etc... look elsewhere first and then use this for review.