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eBook Calculus download

by Jerry Mathews,Elgin H. Johnston

eBook Calculus download ISBN: 0321006828
Author: Jerry Mathews,Elgin H. Johnston
Publisher: Pearson; 1 edition (November 18, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 1200
ePub: 1352 kb
Fb2: 1427 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Mathematics

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Elgin H. Calculus is a text intended to help students in the engineering, mathematical, and physical sciences learn calculus more effectively, not only as a foundation for such subsequent courses as differential equations, linear algebra, or numerical analysis, but also as preparation for courses in chemistry, physics, or engineering.

Calculus, Part 1. ISBN 10: 0321020456 ISBN 13: 9780321020451. Publisher: Pearson, 2001.

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Calculus is a text intended to help students in the engineering, mathematical, and physical sciences learn calculus more effectively, not only as a foundation for such subsequent courses as differential equations, linear algebra, or numerical analysis, but also as preparation for courses in chemistry, physics, or engineering.
Comments: (4)
Cordann
If you're a professor out there trying to see if this book is any good... please, don't buy it. It's horrible. It's practically in Greek and I don't think Plato could've understood it. My class is going quite well and I understand the material. I just wanted to review the text for the final because it's departmental. I feel stupider for having opened it! I used a friend's text instead. Please... look elsewhere!
(Sorry to any student who've already had to buy it.)
Lailace
I've already taken Calculus I and I used Stewart's calculus, and I transferred to another college and am currently taking Calculus II, and had to buy this horrible book. Upon reviewing old material in this book and comparing it to Stewart's, I think the explanations are totally unclear, almost to the point where I have to read it with a freaking dictionary next to me. Addison Wesley should have stuck to elementary math!!!
Llathidan
Please listen to the words of an undergrad. I have had a strong background in Calculus I and when i was assigned this book for my Cal I class.....I became confused. This is the worst book ever. Every one who has taken Cal I at Tulane also agrees.
Ximathewi
This book is simply the worst textbook I've ever seen. To put things into perspective, Calculus is much harder for me than Organic Chemistry, simply because of how awful the textbook is!!!!