Calculus and Analytic Geometry, Part 1This ninth edition has been revised to ensure that it provides mathematically precise, succinct and readable engineering/science oriented calculus material. It features a visual presentation, designed to encourage learning; revised exercises to ensure clarity, balance and relevance; and clear commentary on the difficult subject of critical multivariable calculus topics. 
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Limits and Continuity Chapter 9 Conic Sections Parametrized Curves  1 
Practice Exercises  104 
Practice Exercises  181 
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Calculus and Analytic Geometry George Brinton Thomas,Ross L. Finney,Maurice D. Weir No preview available  1996 
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