vibhor_one

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01 Feb 2007

**Want a good mathematics book?**

Hello all ,

I will be very greatful if anyone suggest a good book of mathematics first year. One should consider some points in mind:-

1. It should be approved by AICTE

2. It should be preferrable of UPTU syllabus

3. It should have sharp focus on differential & integral

Regards,

vibhor_one

I will be very greatful if anyone suggest a good book of mathematics first year. One should consider some points in mind:-

1. It should be approved by AICTE

2. It should be preferrable of UPTU syllabus

3. It should have sharp focus on differential & integral

Regards,

vibhor_one

Kaustubh Katdare

Electrical

01 Feb 2007

I'm not sure if following books will satisfy above conditions, but might be helpful to you :-vibhor_oneHello all ,

I will be very greatful if anyone suggest a good book of mathematics first year. One should consider some points in mind:-

1. It should be approved by AICTE

2. It should be preferrable of UPTU syllabus

3. It should have sharp focus on differential & integral

Regards,

vibhor_one

1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics :by R.K. Jain & S.R.K. Lyengar

2. Applied Mathematics Vol-I :by P.N. Wartikar & J.N. Wartikar

3. Higher Engg. Mathematics :by Dr. B.S. Grewal

4. Engineering Mathematics :by Shrivastva

**-The Big K-**

vibhor_one

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03 Feb 2007

Thank you Big K for your precious suggestions but I got a book CALCULUS by Thomas Finney 9th Edition.The_Big_KI'm not sure if following books will satisfy above conditions, but might be helpful to you :-

1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics :by R.K. Jain & S.R.K. Lyengar

2. Applied Mathematics Vol-I :by P.N. Wartikar & J.N. Wartikar

3. Higher Engg. Mathematics :by Dr. B.S. Grewal

4. Engineering Mathematics :by Shrivastva

-The Big K-

Regards,

vibhor_one

trekfan

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04 Feb 2007

I don't know if this falls under all your criteria, but I use

*Calculus for Engineers*by Donald Trim (Who happens to be my math prof this year). It's on the third edition, although I hear he is working on the 4th. I used it for Calc 1 and 2 in first year and Math Methods for Engineers 1 and 2 in second year, and it is an excellent book with plenty of examples and problems.Kaustubh Katdare

Electrical

05 Feb 2007

Wow, Donald Trim! Trekfan, drop me a mail whenever you have free time at [admin] at [crazyengineers] dot [com] 😁trekfanI don't know if this falls under all your criteria, but I useCalculus for Engineersby Donald Trim (Who happens to be my math prof this year). It's on the third edition, although I hear he is working on the 4th. I used it for Calc 1 and 2 in first year and Math Methods for Engineers 1 and 2 in second year, and it is an excellent book with plenty of examples and problems.

**-The Big K-**

vibhor_one

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06 Feb 2007

Hi Mr. Trekfan,trekfanI don't know if this falls under all your criteria, but I useCalculus for Engineersby Donald Trim (Who happens to be my math prof this year). It's on the third edition, although I hear he is working on the 4th. I used it for Calc 1 and 2 in first year and Math Methods for Engineers 1 and 2 in second year, and it is an excellent book with plenty of examples and problems.

It is my pleasure to read you, sir I would be very greatful if you tell more books written by him.

Regards,

vibhor_one

trekfan

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07 Feb 2007

Thanks. Calculus for Engineers and the solutions manual for it are the only ones I have used, but I do know that there are few more. A quick internet search showsvibhor_oneHi Mr. Trekfan,

It is my pleasure to read you, sir I would be very greatful if you tell more books written by him.

Regards,

vibhor_one

*Calculus for Engineers*,

*Calculus and Analytic Geometry*,

*Single Variable Calculus*,

*Calculus*,

*Multi Variable Calculus*,

*Applied Partial Differential Equations*, and

*Introduction to Complex Analysys and its Applications*.

I hope this helps

-Trekfan

vibhor_one

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07 Feb 2007

Thanks Trekfan can you tell me the publications of above books.trekfanThanks. Calculus for Engineers and the solutions manual for it are the only ones I have used, but I do know that there are few more. A quick internet search showsCalculus for Engineers,Calculus and Analytic Geometry,Single Variable Calculus,Calculus,Multi Variable Calculus,Applied Partial Differential Equations, andIntroduction to Complex Analysys and its Applications.

I hope this helps

-Trekfan

Regards

vibhor_one

shivam007

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23 Jun 2008

i heard that Thomas Finney calculus is a great book.

can some one tell me its price/availability in uttar pradesh?

can some one tell me its price/availability in uttar pradesh?

tasulisp

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10 Nov 2008

hi,

i am lookin for a solution manual for heat transfer essential,

do anybody knows where i find it?

thanks

i am lookin for a solution manual for heat transfer essential,

do anybody knows where i find it?

thanks

night crawler

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05 Mar 2009

myself used Ervin Kreyszig's "engineering mathematics" & found it quite useful.

Saandeep Sreerambatla

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05 Mar 2009

Higher Engg. Mathematics :by Dr. B.S. Grewal is a good book , its a good book i have read it completely.

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