A grasp of a range of mathematical concepts and skills is key to success in an engineering math course. This book talks about the equations and math skills students will be expected to use within their engineering math exam.
The more difficult topics covered in most Engineering Mathematics courses (GCSE, BTEC HNC, College year 1 …etc) would include:
Vector: A vector is a quantity that has both magnitude and direction. Vectors are commonly used to represent physical quantities that have both size and direction, such as velocity, force, and acceleration.
Sinusoidal function: A sinusoidal function is a function that can be represented by a sine or cosine curve.
Calculus: This includes the study of limits, differentiation, and integration, and their applications in engineering.
Differential equation: This includes the study of ordinary and partial differential equations, and their applications in engineering.
Integral Calculus: Integral calculus deals with the study of the accumulation of quantities. The basic idea behind integral calculus is to break down a curve or a function into smaller parts and study the area under the curve.