Book Description
Mathematics lays the basic foundation for engineering students to pursue their core subjects. In Engineering MathematicsIII, the topics have been dealt with in a style that is lucid and easy to understand, supported by illustrations that enable the student to assimilate the concepts effortlessly. Each chapter is replete with exercises to help the student gain a deep insight into the subject. The nuances of the subject have been brought out through more than 300 wellchosen, workedout examples interspersed across the book.
Table of Contents
 Cover
 Title Page
 Contents
 About the Authors
 Dedication
 Preface

Chapter 1. Special Functions
 1.1  Introduction
 1.2  Gamma Function
 1.3  Recurrence Relation or Reduction Formula
 1.4  Various Integral Forms of Gamma Function
 Exercise 1.1
 1.5  Beta Function
 1.6  Various Integral Forms of Beta Function
 1.7  Relation Between Beta and Gamma Functions
 1.8  Multiplication Formula
 1.9  Legendre's Duplication Formula
 Exercise 1.2
 1.10  Legendre Functions
 Exercise 1.3
 1.11  Bessel Functions
 Exercise 1.4
 Chapter 2. Functions of a Complex Variable
 Chapter 3. Elementary Functions

Chapter 4. Complex Integration
 4.1  Introduction
 4.2  Basic Concepts
 4.3  Complex Line Integral
 4.4  Cauchy–Goursat Theorem
 4.5  Cauchy's Theorem for MultiplyConnected Domain Theorem
 4.6  Cauchy's Integral Formula (C.I.F.) or Cauchy's Formula Theorem
 4.7  Morera's Theorem (Converse of Cauchy's Theorem)
 4.8  Cauchy's Inequality
 Exercise 4.1
 Chapter 5. Complex Power Series
 Chapter 6. Calculus of Residues
 Chapter 7. Argument Principle and Rouche's Theorem
 Chapter 8. Conformal Mapping
 Question Bank
 Question Papers
 Notes
 Bibliography
 Acknowledgement
 Copyright
Product Information
 Title: Engineering Mathematics, Volume III
 Author(s):
 Release date: August 2010
 Publisher(s): Pearson India
 ISBN: 9788131755853