Calculus

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Wiley & Sons, 1994 - Mathematics - 685 pages
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An innovative text that emphasizes the graphical, numerical and analytical aspects of calculus throughout and often asks students to explain ideas using words. This problem driven text introduces topics with a real-world problem and derives the general results from it. It can be used with any technology that can graph and find definite integrals numerically. The derivative, the integral, differentiation, and differential equations are among the topics covered.

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Review: Calculus, Single and Multivariable

User Review  - Bernadette - Goodreads

That's right, five stars. This is the only calculus book that I would ever want to pick up again. Not simple. Not easy to understand. Nothing was ever explained step by step. But it came with the answers software! And it's easier to work backwards with calculus. Read full review

Contents

A LIBRARY OF FUNCTIONS
1
THE DERIVATIVE
93
THE DEFINITE INTEGRAL
149
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