**Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus**

by William Anthony Granville

**Publisher**: Ginn 1911**ISBN/ASIN**: 140670069X**Number of pages**: 493

**Description**:

in this revised edition of Granville's "Calculus" the latest and best methods are exhibited,â€”methods that have stood the test of actual classroom work. Those features of the first edition which contributed so much to its usefulness and popularity have been retained. The introductory matter has been cut down somewhat in order to get down to the real business of the Calculus sooner. As this is designed essentially for a drill book, the pedagogic principle that each result should be made intuitionally as well as analytically evident to the student has been kept constantly in mind.

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