Books don't seem to cover this. The more technical books assume their readers are familiar with the values of the variables and don't bother to show examples. More general photography books usually don't attempt to cover it, so the opportunity of working with actual numbers associated with exposure falls through the cracks. I think this deprives people of a very useful tool for analysis or simply for a better understanding of the process. How can someone think to properly analyze something like the ISO speed standard when they don't have the necessary tools.