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Chapter 1 - Everyday EngineeringChapter 2 - EthicsChapter 3 - Design, Teamwork, And Project ManagementChapter 3.3 - Criteria: Defining What Is ImportantChapter 4 - Engineering CommunicationChapter 5 - EstimationChapter 5.6 - Significant FiguresChapter 5.7 - ReasonablenessChapter 5.8 - NotationChapter 6 - Solving Problems
Chapter 6.2 - Solvem-one Approach To Solving ProblemsChapter 6.3 - Representing Final ResultsChapter 7 - Fundamental Dimensions And Base UnitsChapter 7.1 - The Metric SystemChapter 7.3 - Conversion Procedure For UnitsChapter 7.4 - Conversions Involving Multiple StepsChapter 7.5 - Conversions Involving "new" UnitsChapter 7.6 - Derived Dimensions And UnitsChapter 7.7 - Equation LawsChapter 7.8 - Conversion Involving EquationsChapter 8 - Universal UnitsChapter 8.1 - ForceChapter 8.2 - WeightChapter 8.3 - DensityChapter 8.4 - AmountChapter 8.5 - TemperatureChapter 8.6 - PressureChapter 8.7 - Gas PressureChapter 8.8 - EnergyChapter 8.9 - PowerChapter 8.10 - EfficiencyChapter 8.11 - Electrical ConceptsChapter 9 - Dimensionless NumbersChapter 9.1 - Constants With UnitsChapter 9.2 - Common Dimensionless NumbersChapter 9.4 - Rayleigh's MethodChapter 10 - Excel WorkbooksChapter 10.1 - Cell ReferencesChapter 10.2 - Functions In ExcelChapter 10.3 - Logic And ConditionalsChapter 10.4 - Lookup And Data ValidationChapter 10.5 - Conditional FormattingChapter 10.6 - Sorting And FiltersChapter 11 - Graphical SolutionsChapter 11.2 - Proper PlotsChapter 11.4 - Graph InterpretationChapter 11.5 - Meaning Of Line ShapesChapter 11.6 - Graphical SolutionsChapter 12 - Models And SystemsChapter 12.3 - Linear RelationshipsChapter 12.4 - Combinations Of Linear RelationshipsChapter 12.5 - Power FunctionsChapter 12.6 - Exponential FunctionsChapter 13 - Mathematicai ModelsChapter 13.2 - Interpreting Logarithmic GraphsChapter 13.5 - Dealing With Limitations Of ExcelChapter 14 - StatisticsChapter 14.1 - HistogramsChapter 14.2 - Statistical BehaviorChapter 14.3 - DistributionsChapter 14.4 - Cumulative Distribution FunctionsChapter 14.5 - Statistical Process Control (spc)Chapter 15 - Matlab BasicsChapter 15.1 - Variable BasicsChapter 15.2 - Numeric Types And ScalarsChapter 15.3 - VectorsChapter 15.4 - MatricesChapter 15.5 - Character StringsChapter 15.6 - Cell ArraysChapter 15.7 - Structure ArraysChapter 16 - Algorithms, Programs, And FunctionsChapter 16.1 - AlgorithmsChapter 16.2 - ProgramsChapter 16.3 - FunctionsChapter 16.4 - Deriving Mathematical ModelsChapter 17 - Input/output In MatlabChapter 17.1 - InputChapter 17.2 - OutputChapter 17.3 - PlottingChapter 17.4 - TrendlinesChapter 18 - Logic And ConditionalsChapter 18.1 - Algorithms Revisited-representing DecisionsChapter 18.2 - Relational And Logical OperatorsChapter 18.3 - Logical VariablesChapter 18.4 - Conditional Statements In MatlabChapter 18.5 - Application: Classification DiagramsChapter 18.6 - Switch StatementsChapter 18.7 - Errors And WarningsChapter 19 - Looping StructuresChapter 19.1 - Algorithms Revisited-loopsChapter 19.2 - While LoopsChapter 19.3 - For Loops
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