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Table of Contents
Schaum's Outline of Basic Mathematics with Applications to Science and Technology, 2ed
1. Decimal Fractions
2. Measurement and Scientific Notation
3. Common Fractions
4. Percentage
5. Essentials of Algebra
6. Ratio and Proportion
7. Linear Equations
8. Exponents and Radicals
9. Logarithms
10. Quadratic Equations and Square Roots
11. Essentials of Plane Geometry
12. Solid Figures
13. Trigonometric Figures
14. Solution of Triangles
15. Vectors
16. Radian Measure
17. Conic Sections
18. Numbering Systems
19. Arithmetic Operations in a Computer
20. Counting Methods
21. Probability and Odds
22. Statistics