Author: W. Michael Kelley
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Now students have nothing to fear!
Math textbooks can be as baffling as the subject they're teaching. Not anymore. The best-selling author of The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Calculus has taken what appears to be a typical calculus workbook, chock full of solved calculus problems, and made legible notes in the margins, adding missing steps and simplifying solutions. Finally, everything is made perfectly clear. Students will be prepared to solve those obscure problems that were never discussed in class but always seem to find their way onto exams.
- Includes 1,000 problems with comprehensive solutions
- Annotated notes throughout the text clarify what's being asked in each problem and fill in missing steps
- Kelley is a former award-winning calculus teacher
BOOK EXTRAS:
Errata
Page 149, Problem 10.28:
According to Problem 4.31, when the degree of the numerator is greater than the degree of the numerator ...
Should read:
According to Problem 4.31, when the degree of the denominator is greater than the degree of the numerator ...
Page 500, Problem 26.14:
The sum of the first and last terms of the series is 273: 3 + 270 = 273. Similarly, the sum of the second and second-to-last terms is 273 (6 + 267 = 273) and the sum of the third and throd-t-last terms is 273 (9 + 266 = 273).
Should read:
The sum of the first and last terms of the series is 273: 3 + 270 = 273. Similarly, the sum of the second and second-to-last terms is 273 (6 + 267 = 273) and the sum of the third and throd-t-last terms is 273 (9 + 264 = 273).
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Now students have nothing to fear!
Math textbooks can be as baffling as the subject they're teaching. Not anymore. The best-selling author of The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Calculus has taken what appears to be a typical calculus workbook, chock full of solved calculus problems, and made legible notes in the margins, adding missing steps and simplifying solutions. Finally, everything is made perfectly clear. Students will be prepared to solve those obscure problems that were never discussed in class but always seem to find their way onto exams.
- Includes 1,000 problems with comprehensive solutions
- Annotated notes throughout the text clarify what's being asked in each problem and fill in missing steps
- Kelley is a former award-winning calculus teacher
BOOK EXTRAS:
Errata
Page 149, Problem 10.28:
According to Problem 4.31, when the degree of the numerator is greater than the degree of the numerator ...
Should read:
According to Problem 4.31, when the degree of the denominator is greater than the degree of the numerator ...
Page 500, Problem 26.14:
The sum of the first and last terms of the series is 273: 3 + 270 = 273. Similarly, the sum of the second and second-to-last terms is 273 (6 + 267 = 273) and the sum of the third and throd-t-last terms is 273 (9 + 266 = 273).
Should read:
The sum of the first and last terms of the series is 273: 3 + 270 = 273. Similarly, the sum of the second and second-to-last terms is 273 (6 + 267 = 273) and the sum of the third and throd-t-last terms is 273 (9 + 264 = 273).
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Author: W. Michael Kelley
ISBN: 9781592575121
Publication Date: 02 Jan 2007
Size: 224 x 275mm
Pages: 576
Author: W. Michael Kelley
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