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Engineering Notation

  1. Mar 17, 2009 #1
    Can't get my head around them. Need help please.
     
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  3. Mar 17, 2009 #2
    Seek textbook. Read thoroughly.
     
  4. Mar 18, 2009 #3
    That isn't very helpfully to be honest.
     
    Last edited: Mar 18, 2009
  5. Mar 18, 2009 #4
    Nor is your initial statement. What notation? For what? With some information perhaps we could be of help.
     
  6. Mar 19, 2009 #5

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    I thought confinement's answer was perfect considering the question.

    I see you're new here, so this is how things work: Ask (politely) a specific question, give it some time, and you'll get some fantastic responses from academic/industrial experts, professionals and students from a huge variety of backgrounds. Ask a very vague question, and we'll really struggle to find an answer.
     
  7. Mar 20, 2009 #6
    Fair enough, I was just wondering if anyone could be helpful enough to give me some tips on how to work out engineering notations since I'm very inexperienced in using notations.
     
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  9. Mar 20, 2009 #8
    why would you want to get your head around them at the first place?? its almost enough to remember a few of them, you can look for them on the cover page of most books anyways
     
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