I have recently bought a book to read and learn how to use an oscilloscope. The book is by Charles H. Roth, JR. (title of the book is in the thread title)

I read some where that it was a good book for learning how to use an oscilloscope, I didn't know that it included the use of trigonometry and calculus. I now have to learn trigonometry and calculus to read this book.

Has anyone read this, and if so, can you get by without the math or does it really make a difference. I don't want to learn trigonometry or calculus, mostly because I suck at math and I don't remember it unless I do lots and lots. I also have a problem thinking. I know some people look at math at it is really really easy. I am not one of those people. Is there another book on the oscilloscope that I could use?

Thanks

Simon