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## Book · May 2011

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Rajendran Selvamani
Karunya University
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BASIC ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

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A. HEPZIBAH CHRISTINAL

R.SELVAMANI

K.PORSELVI
PREFACE

## The Basic Engineering Mathematics plays a vital role in the branch of

physical sciences and Applied Mathematics, Mathematical modeling
and engineering. A thorough knowledge of the Fundamental of
mathematics are essential for studying various field of scientific world
by using to serve as tools.

## This book is intended for a one semester course in Basic engineering

mathematics for undergraduate level of Bio-technology students. Most
engineering students who are used to a deterministic outlook of
physics and engineering problem, finding the fundamental concepts of
mathematics are unreliable, vague and difficult. This is due to
inadequate understanding of the basic concepts of Trigonometry,
Analytical Geometry, Differentiation and Integration technique and
theory of equations.

There are five chapters in this book and each chapter ends with a
collection of questions.

## Suggestions for the improvement of the book shall be gratefully

- Authors
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The authors thank the almighty God for given enough wisdom and

manner.

## We are also very much grateful to our Founders, Dr.D.G.S.Dhinakaran

and Dr.Paul Dhinakaran for the blessings, prayers and also for the very

## The authors express thanks to our department friends, colleagues,

student and well-wishers of our university for their help in this work.

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CONTENTS

1. TRIGONOMETRY

## 1.4 DEMOVIRE’S THEOREM

2. DIFFERENTIATION TECHNIQUES

PRINCIPLE

## 2.5 SECOND ORDER DERIVATIVES

3. INTEGRATION TECHNIQUES

## 3.2 METHODS OF INTEGRATION

3.3 DECOMPOSITION METHOD

## 3.5 INTEGRATION BY PARTS

4. ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY

4.1 LOCUS

4.4 CIRCLE

4.5 CONIC

## 4.6 PARABOLA, ELLIPSE, HYPERBOLA

5. THEORY OF EQUATIONS