Calculus, with analytic geometry

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Prindle, Weber & Schmidt, 1971 - Mathematics - 814 pages
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Attended Drexel in mid-late '70's. Both Herr and Sasin were among my instructors, most memorable day was when I saw my entire high school advanced mathematics classes be reduced to a 90 minute review lecture. Six to seven Calc and beyond classes I attended there. OK with SC&H text books, although we switched to Thomas after ~18 months. I did have one memorable and interesting recitation instructor, Howard Anton. I remember Howard was very critical of Drexel's choices in Calculus text books and often had interesting shortcuts solving complex problems. Many years later, I learned that Anton authored the de facto Calculus standard Text Book. Way to go Howard!!!!
Thank you...
P.S. I believe that Dr. Crouch met his maker by the time I attended Drexel.


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