# Applied Mathematical and Physical Formulas Pocket Reference

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If formulas have always been your nemeses, this book is for you! Thoroughly practical and authoritative, this book brings together, in three parts, thousands of formulas, rules, and figures to simplify, review, or to refresh the user's memory of what he/she studied in school. This desktop reference shows how to solve every kind of math and physics problem you're likely to encounter in school and business, and it explains simply and easily how to find answers fast, learn key formulas and definitions, study quickly and learn more effectively--from fundamental mathematical rules to physical definitions and constants. Presents all formulas, rules, and definitions precisely, simply, and clearly. Covers metric units of measurement, U.S. units of measurement (USCS), tables of equivalents metrics and USCS units. Reviews the fundamentals of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. Presents the application of differential equations and integral calculus. Solves problems concerning simple interest, compound interest, effective rate, annuity, amortization of loans, and sinking fund payment. Shows the comparative advantages of binomial distribution, standard distribution, Poisson distribution, and normal distribution. Includes most used definitions and formulas of kinematics, dynamics, statics, mechanics of fluids, thermal variable of state, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, light, and basic definition of atomic and nuclear physics. Offers most used fundamentals of physical constants.Maximum Current and Voltage When I eff or effE is known, you can find Imax by using the formulas eff I I 41.1 max = eff E E 41.1 max = 34. Ohma#39;s Law of AC Current Containing Only Resistance Many AC circuits contain resistance only.

 Title : Applied Mathematical and Physical Formulas Pocket Reference Author : Vukota Boljanovic Publisher : Industrial Press - 2006-08-15