Book description
Most students entering an electronics technician program have an understanding of mathematics. Basic Electronics Math provides is a practical application of these basics to electronic theory and circuits.
The first half of Basic Electronics Math provides a refresher of mathematical concepts. These chapters can be taught separately from or in combination with the rest of the book, as needed by the students. The second half of Basic Electronics Math covers applications to electronics.
 Basic concepts of electronics math
 Numerous problems and examples
 Uses realworld applications
Table of contents
 Front Cover
 Basic Electronics Math
 Copyright Page
 Table of Contents (1/2)
 Table of Contents (2/2)
 Chapter 1. Arithmetic Fractions
 Chapter 2. Operations with Powers and Roots of Numbers

Chapter 3. Scientific Notation and Powers of Ten
 3.1 Scientific Notation (Powers of Ten)
 3.2 Signs of Exponents
 3.3 Addition and Subtraction of Powers of Ten
 3.4 Multiplying with Powers of Ten
 3.5 Dividing by Powers of Ten
 3.6 Multiplication and Division Combined
 3.7 Laws of Exponents
 3.8 Raising a Power of Ten to a Power
 3.9 Taking the Root of a Power of Ten
 Summary

Chapter 4. UnitsMeasurements and the Metric System
 4.1 Introduction
 4.2 Units for Electronics
 4.3 Ranges of Electrical Units
 4.4 Systems of Measurement
 4.5 The English System of Measurement
 4.6 The SI Metric System of Measurement
 4.7 A Summary of the Most Commonly Used Metric Measurements
 4.8 Relationships Between the Metric and the English Systems
 4.9 The Micron and the Mil
 4.10 Style and Usage of the International System of Units (SI)
 Summary

Chapter 5. Computer Numbering Systems
 5.1 Introduction
 5.2 Decimal Numbering System (Base 10)
 5.3 Binary Numbering System (Base 2)
 5.4 Binary to Decimal Conversion
 5.5 Decimal to Binary Conversion
 5.6 Octal Numbering System (Base 8)
 5.7 Converting Binary Numbers into Octal Numbers
 5.8 Hexadecimal Numbering System (Base 16)
 5.9 Addition of Binary Numbers
 5.10 Addition of Octal Numbers
 5.11 Additional of Hexadecimal Numbers
 5.12 Subtraction of Binary Numbers
 5.13 Two's Complement
 5.14 Eight's and Sixteen's Complement
 5.15 Subtracting Octal Numbers
 Summary

Chapter 6. Introduction to Algebra
 6.1 Introduction
 6.2 Expressed and Implied Signs of Algebraic Operations
 6.3 Numerical and Literal Algebraic Expressions, Equations, and Formulas
 6.4 Terms in Algebraic Expressions, Equations, and Formulas
 6.5 Similar Terms
 6.6 Monomials, Binomials, Trinomials, and Polynomials
 6.7 Subscript and Prime Notations
 6.8 Substitution of Numerical Values and Evolution
 6.9 Algebraic Addition
 6.10 Algebraic Subtraction
 6.11 Addition of Polynomials
 6.12 Subtraction of Polynomials
 Summary
 Chapter 7. Algebraic Multiplication of Monomials and Polynomials
 Chapter 8. Division of Monomials and Polynomials
 Chapter 9. Equations and Formulas

Chapter 10. Factors of Algebraic Expressions
 10.1 Introduction
 10.2 Powers and Roots of Monomials
 10.3 Monomial Factors of Polynomials
 10.4 Calculation of the Square of a Binomial
 10.5 The Product of Two Binomials
 10.6 Extraction of the Square Root of a Trinomial
 10.7 The Difference of Two Algebraic Numbers
 10.8 Prime Factors of Polynomials
 10.9 Factors of Trinomials
 Summary

Chapter 11. Operations on Algebraic Fractions
 11.1 Degrees of Monomials and Polynomials
 11.2 Highest Common Factors of Monomials and Polynomials
 11.3 Lowest Common Multiples of Monomials and Polynomials
 11.4 Numerators and Denominators of Algebraic Fractions
 11.5 Conversion of Mixed Expressions to Fractions and ViceVersa
 11.6 Lowest Common Denominator of Algebraic Fractions
 11.7 Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division
 11.8 Ratios and Quotients
 11.9 Properties of Proportions
 Summary
 Chapter 12. Fractional Equations
 Chapter 13. Network Theorems
 Chapter 14. Simultaneous Equations and Graphical Solutions
 Chapter 15. Complex Algebra

Chapter 16. Logarithms
 16.1 Introduction
 16.2 Common Logarithms
 16.3 Antilogarithms
 16.4 Multiplication and Division by Logarithms
 16.5 Evolution of Numbers by Logarithms
 16.6 Applications of Common Logarithms
 16.7 Decibel Reference Levels
 16.8 Frequency Response and Decibel Gain
 16.9 Filter Concepts and the Bode Plot
 16.10 BandPass Filter Circuits
 Summary
 Chapter 17. Natural Logarithms and Exponential Functions
 Chapter 18. Fundamentals of Trigonometry
 Chapter 19. Vector Fundamentals

Chapter 20. Principles of Alternating Currents
 20.1 Introduction
 20.2 Voltage Relations in a Sine Wave
 20.3 Capacitors in AC Circuits
 20.4 Power Relations in Capacitor Circuits
 20.5 Capacitors Connected in Series
 20.6 Resistance and Capacitance Connected in Series
 20.7 Principles of Inductive Reactance
 20.8 Resistance and Inductance Connected in Series
 20.9 Admittance and Susceptance
 20.10 Analysis of Parallel AC Circuits
 20.11 Resistance and Capacitance Connected in Parallel
 20.12 Resistance and Inductance Connected in Parallel
 20.13 The j Operator Notation
 20.14 Analysis of SeriesParallel LCR Circuits
 20.15 Analysis of SeriesParallel Circuits
 20.16 Analysis of SeriesParallel LCR Circuits
 Summary

Chapter 21. Boolean Algebra
 21.1 Introduction
 21.2 Boolean Addition and Multiplication
 21.3 Logic Expressions and Symbology
 21.4 Rules and Laws of Boolean Algebra
 21.5 Theorems for Boolean Algebra
 21.6 Demorgan's Theorems
 21.7 KARNAUGH Maps
 21.8 Entering Boolean Equations in a KARNAUGH Map
 21.9 Simplification of Boolean Equations
 Summary
 Answers for Basic Electronics Math (1/3)
 Answers for Basic Electronics Math (2/3)
 Answers for Basic Electronics Math (3/3)
 Index (1/2)
 Index (2/2)
Product information
 Title: Basic Electronics Math
 Author(s):
 Release date: March 1997
 Publisher(s): Newnes
 ISBN: 9780080499802
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