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Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 10th Edition is known for its comprehensive coverage, careful and correct mathematics, outstanding exercises, and self contained subject matter parts for maximum flexibility The new edition continues with the tradition of providing instructors and students with a comprehensive and up to date resource for teaching and learning engineering mathematics, that is, applied mathematics for engineers and physicists, mathematicians and computer scientists, as well as members of other disciplines....

Title : Advanced Engineering Mathematics
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ISBN : 0470458364
ISBN13 : 978-0470458365
Format Type : Hardcover
Language : Deutsch
Publisher : -
Number of Pages : 398 Pages
File Size : 776 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Advanced Engineering Mathematics Reviews

  • Michael
    2019-03-06 07:23

    When I was in school I disliked this book. Looking back, I realize I just had the wrong approach to it. Now that I've taken my studies into my own hands, I'm no longer bound by the textbook choice of my professors. Consequently, I've looked through a lot of different books (though certainly not all) to find one I liked the best. I was both surprised and delighted to settle on Kreyszig's book. What I like about Kreyszig's teaching style is that he doesn't (typically) leave anything out. He's very good at providing the motivation for things, so you have some idea of how you might arrive to the mathematical developments on your own. His writing style is moderately informal, which I enjoy for how it gives further insight into how the material can be understood. And he typically moves along at a pretty good pace—at least, one that I'm personally comfortable with. But if I try to understand everything on my first read through a section, I wind up confused and dazed. I have to be willing to leave some ideas unsettled and trust that he'll address them later—and as far as I've seen, that trust has not been in vain.

  • Thomas C.
    2019-03-15 06:02

    The Good: Covers lots of ground, isn't focused just on one facet of math. It has reference info (trig, integrals, etc.) conveniently located on thicker-than-average paper inside the inner and outer covers. Therefore useful to the grad student needing to fill in gaps in their knowledge for advanced engineering studies, for quals, etc.

  • Evan S
    2019-03-20 06:00

    This review is for the paperback, international 10th edition of Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig (ISBN 9788126554232). After review, this looks identical to the hardcover, US 10th edition, including problems. It's in black and white except for the blue outer cover, and in particular it's hard to see important equations that would stand out if this book were in color. A lot of it is pretty dense and difficult to follow at times, so if this is a required textbook for you for some engineering analysis class you have (which was the case for me, at least), I wish your professor will be as good at explaining the stuff as mine was.

  • Michael
    2019-03-19 07:24

    If you are taking a class with this book, then prepared to be confused throughout whole semester. Do yourself a favor and get the smaller Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, and Calculus books. They tried to cram all 3 into one and it sucks.

  • Pedro
    2019-02-26 08:13

    I find this book to have a thorough treatment of a variety of differential equation solving methods necessary in engineering. It has many examples and problems and is laid out quite conveniently. I wish I had known about this book sooner.

  • W. E. Blum
    2019-03-03 04:21

    This book tries to serve as an all-encompassing text for any bit of mathematics that could possibly relevant to engineering.

  • Kindle Customer
    2019-03-14 12:05

    A classic. I remember using an earlier edition of this 20 years ago. A handy reference to have on your bookshelf.

  • Aralati
    2019-03-05 06:07

    Invaluable textbook for engineers in advanced math classes.