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Surveying Math Made Simple is a new series of ebooks authored by Jim Crume P.L.S. featuring easy to follow instructions and useful formulas that can be used in understanding mathematics involved in land surveying.

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Surveying Math Made Simple is a new series of books (printed and digital) and mobile device apps authored by Jim Crume P.L.S. featuring easy to follow instructions and useful formulas that can be used in understanding mathematics involved in land surveying.

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  • It has been a long time goal of mine to create a surveying math book that was straight to the point on how to solve everyday survey problems. I wanted to skip the theory, long drawn out solutions, hypothetical s and work on real survey problems. 

    I am 35+ years into my career and have finally decided to take the plunge and write several books entirely on surveying mathematics.

    Simple and straight to the point. No bells and whistles or thrills. If you want straight answers to your survey solutions, these are the books for you. 

    I have also taken the book writing one step further and decided to create them in the digital world. It has also been one of my goals to go paperless as much as I possible can. I use my iphone and ipad exclusively at all my meetings. I really standout since I am the old guy that is into technology.

    I have created a series of math ebooks that are divided into different topics. This approach not only keeps the subject on topic but also reduces the cost for the ebook.

    Book 1 for example starts with the basics, Bearings and Azimuths. 

    To keep the discussions organized, I will create a new page in this group for each of the ebooks. 

    Feel free to add any general comments to this page or go to a specific page to discuss or ask questions about a specific book.

    Currently there are 7 books that have been published on Amazon.com Use this link to view them at Amazon:

    http://amzn.to/12LSiIG

    Enjoy....

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