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eBook Calculus download

by Stanley I Grossman

eBook Calculus download ISBN: 0123043018
Author: Stanley I Grossman
Publisher: Academic Press; 2nd edition (1981)
Language: English
Pages: 667
ePub: 1324 kb
Fb2: 1674 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Mathematics

Stanley I. Grossman (Author). As a struggling calculus student (ended up in calc I three times and calc II four times) I found the book at times to be difficult to understand and the many of the example problems seemed to skip over some of the steps.

Stanley I. ISBN-13: 978-0030964206. The worst part of the book was the solutions manual, which often bore little, if any, difference from the answers in the back of the book and was therefore largely a waste of money. In some cases, the back of the book provided more detailed solutions than the solutions manual. I originally took the course at a major institute of higher learning. ISBN-13: 978-0123043504.

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Authors: Stanley I. Grossman. eBook ISBN: 9781483262390. Imprint: Academic Press. This book discusses shifting the graphs of functions, derivative as a rate of change, derivative of a power function, and theory of maxima and minima. The area between two curves, differential equations of exponential growth and decay, inverse hyperbolic functions, and integration of rational functions are also elaborated.

This book discusses shifting the graphs of functions, derivative as a rate of change, derivative of a power function, and theory of maxima and minima.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. This text likewise covers the fluid pressure, ellipse and translation of axes, graphing in polar coordinates, proof of l'Hôpital's rule, and approximation using Taylor polynomials.

This book also discusses the equation of a straight line, trigonometric limit, derivative of a power function, mean value theorem, and fundamental theorems of calculus. This book also discusses the equation of a straight line, trigonometric limit, derivative of a power function, mean value theorem, and fundamental theorems of calculus. The exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse trigonometric functions, linear and quadratic denominators, and centroid of a plane region are likewise elaborated.

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Comments: (3)
Prinna
I had an earlier edition when I was in college and carried it with me across the world. In short I consider it a good reference for self study and in my case relearning calculus.
Alsanadar
As a struggling calculus student (ended up in calc I three times and calc II four times) I found the book at times to be difficult to understand and the many of the example problems seemed to skip over some of the steps. The worst part of the book was the solutions manual, which often bore little, if any, difference from the answers in the back of the book and was therefore largely a waste of money. In some cases, the back of the book provided more detailed solutions than the solutions manual. I originally took the course at a major institute of higher learning. I repeated calculus at a community college that used a different book. The other book was about twenty bucks cheaper and provided better examples and solutions in the solutions manual. Granted I was a poor (as in not good) student when I was a freshman, but the other book seemed much better.
Snake Rocking
A good book, esp. for new learners. The author tried to invoke intuition all the time by treating the subject in issue in an unformal way. Simply examples are called upon to show the motivations. Strict definition and proof are given later to make the text complete. This is exactly what I would need if I were studying calculus for the first time.
Overall, The writing is clear and consistent, thus make it a good textbook for both classroom use and self-study purpose. However, given the approach the author used, this book is not suitable for quick reference for those who have already learned the subject and just wish to revive the knowledge.