Mathematics For Machine Technology - 8th Edition - by Peterson,  John. - ISBN 9781337798310
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Mathematics For Machine Technology
8th Edition
Peterson, John.
Publisher: Cengage Learning,
ISBN: 9781337798310

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Chapter 13 - Division Of Decimal FractionsChapter 14 - PowersChapter 15 - RootsChapter 16 - Table Of Decimal Equivalents And Combined Operations Of Decimal FractionsChapter 19 - Achievement Review—section OneChapter 20 - Ratio And Propor TionChapter 21 - Direct And Inverse ProportionsChapter 22 - Introduction To PercentsChapter 23 - Basic Calculations Of Percentages, Percents, And RatesChapter 24 - Percent Practical ApplicationsChapter 25 - Achievement Review—section TwoChapter 26 - Customary (english) Units Of MeasureChapter 27 - Metric Units Of Linear MeasureChapter 28 - Degree Of Precision, Greatest Possible Error, Absolute Error, And Relative ErrorChapter 29 - Tolerance, Clearance, And InterferenceChapter 30 - Customary And Metric Steel RulesChapter 31 - Customary Vernier Calipers And Height GagesChapter 32 - Metric Vernier Calipers And Height GagesChapter 33 - Digital Calipers And Height GagesChapter 34 - Customary MicrometersChapter 35 - Metric Vernier MicrometersChapter 36 - Digital MicrometersChapter 37 - Customary And Metric Gage BlocksChapter 38 - Achievement Review—section ThreeChapter 39 - Symbolism And Algebraic ExpressionsChapter 40 - Signed NumbersChapter 41 - Algebraic Operations Of Addition, Subtraction, And MultiplicationChapter 42 - Algebraic Operations Of Division, Powers, And RootsChapter 43 - Introduction To EquationsChapter 44 - Solution Of Equations By The Subtraction, Addition, And Division Principles Of EqualityChapter 45 - Solution Of Equations By The Multiplication, Root, And Power Principles Of EqualityChapter 46 - Solution Of Equations Consisting Of Combined Operations And Rearrangement Of FormulasChapter 47 - Applications Of Formulas To Cutting Speed, Revolutions Per Minute, And Cutting TimeChapter 48 - Applications Of Formulas To Spur GearsChapter 49 - Achievement Review—section FourChapter 50 - Lines And Angular MeasureChapter 51 - Protractors—simple Semicircular And VernierChapter 52 - Types Of Angles And Angular Geometric PrinciplesChapter 53 - Introduction To TrianglesChapter 54 - Geometric Principles For Triangles And Other Common PolygonsChapter 55 - Introduction To CirclesChapter 56 - Arcs And Angles Of Circles, Tangent CirclesChapter 57 - Fundamental Geometric ConstructionsChapter 58 - Achievement Review—section FiveChapter 59 - Areas Of Rectangles, Parallelograms, And TrapezoidsChapter 60 - Areas Of TrianglesChapter 61 - Areas Of Circles, Sectors, And SegmentsChapter 62 - Volumes Of Prisms And CylindersChapter 63 - Volumes Of Pyramids And ConesChapter 64 - Volumes Of Spheres And Composite Solid FiguresChapter 65 - Achievement Review—section SixChapter 66 - Introduction To Trigonometric FunctionsChapter 67 - Analysis Of Trigonometric FunctionsChapter 68 - Basic Calculations Of Angles And Sides Of Right TrianglesChapter 69 - Simple Practical Machine ApplicationsChapter 70 - Complex Practical Machine ApplicationsChapter 71 - The Cartesian Coordinate SystemChapter 72 - Oblique TrianglesChapter 73 - Achievement Review—section SevenChapter 74 - Introduction To Compound AnglesChapter 75 - Drilling And Boring Compound-angular HolesChapter 76 - Drilling And Boring Compound-angular HolesChapter 77 - Machining Compound-angular SurfacesChapter 78 - Computing Angles Made By The Intersection Of Two Angular SurfacesChapter 79 - Computing Compound Angles On Cutting And Forming ToolsChapter 80 - Achievement Review—section EightChapter 81 - Introduction To Computer Numerical Control (cnc)Chapter 82 - Control Systems, Absolute Positioning, Incremental PositioningChapter 83 - Location Of PointsChapter 84 - Binary Numeration SystemChapter 85 - Hexadecimal Numeration SystemChapter 86 - Bcd (binary Coded Decimal) Numeration SystemsChapter 87 - An Introduction To G- And M-codes For Cnc ProgrammingChapter 88 - Achievement Review—section Nine

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