Focusing on skills and concepts used routinely on the job, this introduction/review of electronics and computer math concentrates on topics of special interest to the technician including binary and decimal notation and operations and (basic level) concrete numbers. Hands on in approach, it features 300 example problems, 1300 practice problems (with solutions), and 2600 problemsranging from simple to complex. Encourages calculator use throughout, and provides instructions for both the Texas Instruments TI-36X and the Casio fx-115W. Decimal Number System. Powers of Ten. Units and Prefixes. Fractions, Decimals, and Percents. Algebraic Terms: Roots and Powers. Fractions and Literal Numbers. Linear Equations. Factoring Algebraic Expressions. Fractional Equations. DC Circuit Analysis: Kirchhoffs Laws, OHM's Law, Circuit Theorems. Graphing. Simultaneous Linear Equations. Complex Numbers. The Right Triangle. Trigonometric Identities. AC Fundamentals. AC Circuit Analysis: Series Circuits and Parallel Circuits. Filters. Logarithms. Logarithmic Equations. Applications of Logarithms. Computer Number Systems. Boolean Algebra. Karnaugh Maps. Introduction to Statistics. For electronics and computer technicians.