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Good Book on Engineering Equations in Excel 2010

Good Book on Engineering Equations in Excel 2010

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Does anyone have a good reference for a book with good engineering formals for Excel 2010?

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DM

"Real world Knowledge isn't dropped from a parachute in the sky but rather acquired in tiny increments from a variety of sources including panic and curiosity."

RE: Good Book on Engineering Equations in Excel 2010

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I had a book for Excel version 2003 aimed strictly at engineering. It had a good deal of information on equations, notations, using the Excel "Solver" add-in and focused on functions that would be used more for engineering. It attempted to narrow the gap between Excel and programs like MatLab. I can't find the book anymore and figured there would have been an update for 2010.

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DM

"Real world Knowledge isn't dropped from a parachute in the sky but rather acquired in tiny increments from a variety of sources including panic and curiosity."

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