## Calculus with analytic geometryThe aim of this major revision is to create a contemporary text which incorporates the best features of calculus reform yet preserves the main structure of an established and well-tested calculus course. The multivariate calculus material is completely rewritten to include the concept of a vector field and focuses on major physics and engineering applications of vector analysis. Covers such new topics as Jacobians, Kepler's laws, conics in polar coordinates and parametric representation of surfaces. Contains expanded use of calculator computations and numerous exercises. |

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### Contents

CHAPTER 6 APPLICATIONS OF THE DEFINITE | 307 |

CHAPTER 7 LOGARITHMIC AND EXPONENTIAL | 349 |

INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC AND HYPERBOLIC | 413 |

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