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Community Calculus by David Guichard, Neal Koblitz

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Community Calculus
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Number of pages: 446

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This is the calculus text for Math 225. The emphasis in this course is on problems—doing calculations and story problems. From the contents: analytic geometry, derivative, rules for finding derivatives, transcendental functions, curve sketching, applications of the derivative, integration, techniques and applications of integration, sequences and series, three dimensions, vector functions, partial differentiation, multiple integration, vector valculus.

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