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A step-by-step introduction to the principles of differentiation and integration of calculus includes chapters on limits, derivatives, and integrals

This easy-to-understand calculus study aid is ideal for those who are new to the subject. It offers a well-illustrated, step-by-step introduction that moves along at an easy-to-keep-up-with pace. Use it with your textbook or for independent study to improve your comprehension and boost your grades. It features 226 solved and 513 skill-building supplementary problems--more than other study guides. Whether you simply want to feel confident at test time or build a solid foundation in calculus for more advanced math, science, and engineering course, Schaum's Outline of Beginning Calculus is students' first choice. level of Ayres/Mendelson, Calculus, 3/e. This will make up the calculus segments of one-semester liberal arts courses and the various one-semester Calculus courses for business or life sciences. This book will also address weaker students in general freshman calculus and high school advanced placement courses. Theory is restricted to fundamentals of differentiation and integration (single-variable) and the solved problems, with no steps ommitted, include reviews of algebra. This updated edition will continue the excellent sales record of the first edition and will include: problems suitable for graphing calculators and existing problems adapted to involve calculator use; emphasis on aogorithmic aspects of Calculus; Newton's method will be given a separate section, a section various approximation techniques for integration, Simpson's Rule the Midpoint rule; a section that presents the traditional treatment of exponential and logarithmic functions, which method some textbooks have gone back to.

Publisher:
New York : McGraw-Hill, c1997

Edition:
2nd ed

ISBN:
9780585266596

058526659X

0070417334

058526659X

0070417334

Characteristics:
1 online resource (ix, 374 p.) : ill

Alternative Title:
Beginning calculus

Theory and problems of beginning calculus

Theory and problems of beginning calculus

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