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“Free ebooks + free videos = better education” is the equation that describes this book’s commitment to free and open education across the globe. Download the book and discover free video lessons on the Author’s YouTube channel.
“Engineering Mathematics: YouTube Workbook” takes learning to a new level by combining free written lessons with free online video tutorials. Each section within the workbook is linked to a video lesson on YouTube where the author discusses and solves problems step-by-step.
The combination of written text with interactive video offers a high degree of learning flexibility by enabling the student to take control of the pace of their learning delivery. For example, key mathematical concepts can be reinforced or more deeply considered by rewinding or pausing the video. Due to these learning materials being freely available online, students can access them at a time and geographical location that suits their needs.
Author, Dr Chris Tisdell, is a mathematician at UNSW, Sydney and a YouTube Partner in Education. He is passionate about free educational resources. Chris’ YouTube mathematics videos have enjoyed a truly global reach, being seen by learners in every country on earth.
The genesis behind writing a textbook in calculus-based physics stemmed from the fact that most existing textbooks are too detailed and voluminous. In writing this book, the author has minimized inconsequential details and only concentrated on physics concepts. The balance among different components of the book was also paramount. The author has avoided citing too many unwarranted examples and homework problems which create a fatigue environment for the student. This book provides an excellent foundation in physics for the students majoring in science and engineering.
This ebook makes learning “complex” numbers easy through an interactive, fun and personalized approach. Features include: live YouTube video streams and closed captions that translate to 90 languages!
Complex numbers “break all the rules” of traditional mathematics by allowing us to take a square root of a negative number. This “radical” approach has fundamentally changed the capabilities of science and engineering to enhance our world through such applications as: signal processing, control theory, electromagnetism, fluid dynamics, quantum mechanics, cartography, and vibration analysis. A particularly beautiful connection between art and complex numbers lies in fractals, such as the Mandelbrot set.