The Humongous Book of Calculus Problems

The Humongous Book of Calculus Problems

Translated for People Who Don't Speak Math

Book - 2006
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The only way to learn calculus is to--wait for it... do calculus problems. Lots of them... Sorry!

And that's what you get in this book--more calculus problems than your worst nightmare--but with a BIG difference. Award-winning calculus teacher W. Michael Kelley has been through the whole book and made a ton of notes, so you get:

-- 1.000 problems with comprehensive solutions
-- Annotated notes throughout the text, clarifying exactly what's being asked
-- Really detailed answers (no more skipped steps!)
-- Extra explanations that make what's baffling perfectly clear
-- Pointers to other problems that show skills you need

And all of the major players are here: limits, continuity, derivatives, integrals, tangent lines, velocity, acceleration, area, volume, infinite series--even the really tough stuff like epsilon-delta proofs and formal Riemann sums.

So dig in to your heart's content!

Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : Alpha, c2006
ISBN: 9781592575121
Branch Call Number: 515 K287h
Characteristics: x, 565 p. : ill. ; 28 cm
Alternative Title: Calculus problems


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