This best-selling Spreadsheet book provides excellent coverage of all versions of Excel including the latest version, Excel 2002. It discusses how to use Excel to solve a variety of problems in introductory engineering analysis, such as graphing data, unit conversions, simple statistical analysis, sorting, searching and analyzing data, curve fitting, interpolation, solving algebraic equations, logical decisions, evaluating integrals, comparing economic alternatives, and finding optimum solutions. Numerous examples are included illustrating both traditional and spreadsheet solutions to a variety of problems. The underlying mathematical solution procedures are also discussed, so that the reader is provided with an understanding of what the spreadsheet does and how it does it.
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Byron S. Gottfried is a Professor of Industrial Engineering and Academic Director of the Freshman Engineering Program at the University of Pittsburgh. He has written eleven college textbooks, including Schaum's Outline of Programming with Basic.
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