Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals
This book is a response to those instructors who feel that calculus textbooks are too big. In writing the book James Stewart asked himself:What is essential for a three-semester calculus course for scientists and engineers? Stewart's ESSENTIAL CALCULUS: EARLY TRANSCENDENTALS offers a concise approach to teaching calculus, focusing on major concepts and supporting those with precise definitions, patient explanations, and carefully graded problems. ESSENTIAL CALCULUS: EARLY TRANSCENDENTALS is only 850 pages-two-thirds the size of Stewart's other calculus texts (CALCULUS, Fifth Edition and CALCULUS, EARLY TRANSCENDENTALS, Fifth Edition)-yet it contains almost all of the same topics. The author achieved this relative brevity mainly by condensing the exposition and by putting some of the features on the website www.StewartCalculus.com. Despite the reduced size of the book, there is still a modern flavor: Conceptual understanding and technology are not neglected, though they are not as prominent as in Stewart's other books. ESSENTIAL CALCULUS: EARLY TRANSCENDENTALS has been written with the same attention to detail, eye for innovation, and meticulous accuracy that have made Stewart's textbooks the best-selling calculus texts in the world.
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Review: Essential CalculusUser Review - Yosef - Goodreads
Got me through calculus 1 2 and 3, and remains my calculus reference. Read full review
Review: Essential CalculusUser Review - Travis - Goodreads
A fairly good textbook in the hands of a good instructor. It did unfortunately lack the integration of inverse trig functions in chapter 5, which was disappointing. I'd recommend it though to a student with a thorough instructor. Read full review
Functions and Limits
Inverse Functions Exponential Logarithmic and Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Applications of Differentiation
Techniques of Integration
Applications of Integration
The Logarithm Defined as an Integral
Answers to OddNumbered Exercises