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CHAPTER 11. RADIANS

12. VECTORS

177-181

PART I

MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLES ESSENTIAL TO COMMUNICATIONS-ELECTRONICS

CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION

1. Purpose and Scope

a. Purpose. This manual provides the basic
mathematics required by communications-elec-
tronics personnel.

b. Scope. This manual covers those principles
and applications of arithmetic, algebra, loga-
rithms, geometry, and trigonometry that are
required for a practical understanding of elec-
tricity and electronics. The manual is divided
into two parts:

(1) Part I is a review of the mathematical
principles essential to communica-
tions-electronics.

(2) Part II covers the application of the

mathematical principles to common
communications-electronics problems.

2. Mathematics and Electronics

Skill in the use of mathematics, particularly
arithmetic, algebra, and trigonometry, is essen-
tial in the fields of electricity and electronics.
Most of our basic ideas of electrical phenomena
are based on mathematical reasoning and are
stated in mathematical terms. Therefore, a
thorough knowledge of mathematics and of the
specific applications of mathematics to the field
of electricity will serve as a foundation for the
technical knowledge needed by communications-
electronics personnel.

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