The new edition of this best-selling text has been reviewed and revised to clarify and update an understanding of mathematical concepts necessary for success in the machine trades and manufacturing fields. Mathematics for Machine Technology, Sixth Edition overcomes the often mechanical plug in approach found in many trade-related texts. A complete grasp of mathematical concepts are emphasized in the presentation and application of a wide-range of topics from general arithmetic processes to oblique trigonometry, compound angles, and numerical control. The material covered by this text is accompanied by realistic industry-related examples, illustrations, and actual applications, which progress from the simple to the relatively complex. Mathematics for Machine Technology, Sixth Edition provides readers with practical vocational and technical applications of mathematical concepts necessary to excel in the machine, tool-and-die, and tool design industry. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.40. cos 48; sin 18 46. sin 14; cos 78 41. cos 55; sin 40 47. sin 12; cos 75 42. tan 30; cot 65 48. cot 8910a#39;; tan 120a#39; 43. tan 30; cot 45 49. cot 8750a#39;; tan ... Determining an Unknown Angle When Two Sides of a Right Triangle Are Known In order to solve for an unknown angle of a right triangle ... If your calculator functions differ from these procedures, you may find it necessary to refer to your Usera#39;s Guide.
|Title||:||Mathematics for Machine Technology|
|Author||:||Robert Smith, John Peterson|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2008-12-24|