Introductory Engineering Mathematics

David Reeping and Kenneth J. Reid

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This text serves as a concise introduction to the ocean of information collectively known as “Engineering Mathematics.” Admittedly, compiling everything into a short book that is useful to any audience is an impossible task; therefore, we picked a few main ideas holding up the mathematics within the engineering curriculum instead of stuffing all of the details into such a small package. This text addresses conceptual understanding as often as possible by providing an intuitive basis for formalized study within engineering/mathematics.

Whether you are a math or science instructor tasked to teach an engineering class, a high school student looking into engineering, or an engineering student already, we hope you are able to walk away from this text with tangible outcomes—maybe even a refined perspective on the subject.

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David Reeping

David Reeping is a PhD candidate in engineering education at Virginia Tech and a National Science Foundation graduate research fellow. David was the recipient of the Remsburg Creativity Award for 2013 and the DeBow Freed Award for outstanding leadership as an undergraduate student (sophomore) in 2014. He has extensive experience in curriculum development in K-12 and creates material for the Technology Student Association’s annual TEAMS competition.

Kenneth J. Reid

Kenneth J. Reid is an associate professor in engineering education at Virginia Tech. He earned his PhD in engineering education in 2009. Among other awards, he and his coauthors received the Wickenden award (2014), best paper award for the Educational Research and Methods Division of ASEE (2014) and IEEE-USA Professional Achievement Award (2013) for developing the nation’s  rst BS degree in engineering education. He is active in engineering within K-12, including the Technology Student Association (TSA) board of directors.