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Calculus Unlimited by Jerrold E. Marsden, A. Weinstein

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Calculus Unlimited
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Publisher: Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Co.
ISBN/ASIN: 0805369325
ISBN-13: 9780805369328
Number of pages: 246

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This text presents an alternative treatment of calculus using the method of exhaustion for the derivative and integral in place of limits. With the aid of this method, a definition of the derivative may be introduced in the first lecture of a calculus course for students who are familiar with functions and graphs. This book is for calculus instructors and students interested in trying an alternative to limits.

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