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This wellthoughtout text, filled with many special features, is designed for a twosemester course in calculus for technology students with a background in college algebra and trigonometry. The author has taken special care to make the book appealing to students by providing motivating examples, facilitating an intuitive understanding of the underlying concepts involved, and by providing much opportunity to gain proficiency in techniques and skills.
Initial chapters cover functions and graphs, straight lines and conic sections, new coordinate systems, the derivative, using the derivative, integration and using the integral. The last four chapters focus on derivatives of transcendental functions, patterns for integrations, series expansion of functions, and differential equations.
Throughout, the writing style is clear, readable and informal. Examples are abundant and have complete worked solutions. Practice problems appear in the body of the text in each section; these are relatively easy and are intended to be worked by the student as soon as they are encountered. Each new type of example in the text is followed by a practice problem that allows the student to gain immediate reinforcement in applying the problemsolving technique illustrated by the example. Answers to all practice problems are given at the back of the book, many with workedout solutions.
Other learning aids include the division of complex problemsolving processes into a series of stepbystep tasks, numerous exercises at the end of each section and a Status Check at the end of each chapter that helps students review what they have learned. Additional review exercises and a glossary, with definitions and page references, round out the book.
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ISBN13:  9780486139531 

Publisher:  Dover Publications 
Publication date:  05/17/2012 
Series:  Dover Books on Mathematics 
Sold by:  Barnes & Noble 
Format:  NOOK Book 
Pages:  528 
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This wellthoughtout text, filled with many special features, is designed for a twosemester course in calculus for technology students with a background in college algebra and trigonometry. The author has taken special care to make the book appealing to students by providing motivating examples, facilitating an intuitive understanding of the underlying concepts involved, and by providing much opportunity to gain proficiency in techniques and skills.
Initial chapters cover functions and graphs, straight lines and conic sections, new coordinate systems, the derivative, using the derivative, integration and using the integral. The last four chapters focus on derivatives of transcendental functions, patterns for integrations, series expansion of functions, and differential equations.
Throughout, the writing style is clear, readable and informal. Examples are abundant and have complete worked solutions. Practice problems appear in the body of the text in each section; these are relatively easy and are intended to be worked by the student as soon as they are encountered. Each new type of example in the text is followed by a practice problem that allows the student to gain immediate reinforcement in applying the problemsolving technique illustrated by the example. Answers to all practice problems are given at the back of the book, many with workedout solutions.
Other learning aids include the division of complex problemsolving processes into a series of stepbystep tasks, numerous exercises at the end of each section and a Status Check at the end of each chapter that helps students review what they have learned. Additional review exercises and a glossary, with definitions and page references, round out the book.
First Chapter
This wellthoughtout text, filled with many special features, is designed for a twosemester course in calculus for technology students with a background in college algebra and trigonometry. The author has taken special care to make the book appealing to students by providing motivating examples, facilitating an intuitive understanding of the underlying concepts involved, and by providing much opportunity to gain proficiency in techniques and skills.
Initial chapters cover functions and graphs, straight lines and conic sections, new coordinate systems, the derivative, using the derivative, integration and using the integral. The last four chapters focus on derivatives of transcendental functions, patterns for integrations, series expansion of functions, and differential equations.
Throughout, the writing style is clear, readable and informal. Examples are abundant and have complete worked solutions. Practice problems appear in the body of the text in each section; these are relatively easy and are intended to be worked by the student as soon as they are encountered. Each new type of example in the text is followed by a practice problem that allows the student to gain immediate reinforcement in applying the problemsolving technique illustrated by the example. Answers to all practice problems are given at the back of the book, many with workedout solutions.
Other learning aids include the division of complex problemsolving processes into a series of stepbystep tasks, numerous exercises at the end of each section and a Status Check at the end of each chapter that helps students review what they have learned. Additional review exercises and a glossary, with definitions and page references, round out the book.
Table of Contents
Note to the Student
1 Functions and Graphs
1.1 Functions
1.2 Types of Functions
1.3 Graphing
1.4 Distance Formula and Slope
STATUS CHECK
1.5 More Exercises for Chapter 1
2 Straight Lines and Conic Sections
2.1 Why Analytic Geometry
2.2 The Straight Line
2.3 The Parabola
2.4 The Ellipse and Circle
2.5 The Hyperbola
2.6 The SecondDegree Equation
STATUS CHECK
2.7 More Exercises for Chapter 2
3 New Coordinate Systems
3.1 Graphing in Three Dimensions
3.2 Polar Coordinates
3.3 Polar Graphs
STATUS CHECK
3.4 More Exercises for Chapter 3
4 The Derivative
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Limits
4.3 The Definition of the Derivative
4.4 General Interpretation of the Derivative
4.5 Differentiating Polynomials
4.6 Differentiating Products and Quotients
4.7 Differentiating Powers of Functions
4.8 HigherOrder Derivatives
4.9 Implicit Differentiation
4.10 Partial Derivatives
STATUS CHECK
4.11 More Exercises for Chapter 4
5 Using the Derivative
5.1 Tangents and Normals
5.2 Curve Sketching
5.3 Maxima and Minima
5.4 Motion
5.5 Related Rates
5.6 Differentials
5.7 Applications of Partial Derivatives
STATUS CHECK
5.8 More Exercises for Chapter 5
6 Integration
6.1 The Indefinite Integral
6.2 Area Under a Curve; the Definite Integral
6.3 The Fundamental Theorem
STATUS CHECK
6.4 More Exercises for Chapter 6
7 Using the Integral
7.1 Indefinite Integral
7.2 Area
7.3 Volume
7.4 Moments
7.5 Fluid Pressure and Force
7.6 Other Applications
7.7 Double Integrals
STATUS CHECK
7.8 More Exercises for Chapter 7
8 Derivatives of Transcendental Functions
8.1 Quick Trigonometry Review
8.2 Derivative of the Sine Function
8.3 Derivatives of Other Trigonometric Functions
8.4 Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Their Derivatives
8.5 Applications
8.6 The Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
8.7 Derivatives of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
8.8 Applications
STATUS CHECK
8.9 More Exercises for Chapter 8
9 Patterns for Integration
9.1 The Power Rule
9.2 The Logarithmic Form
9.3 The Exponential Form
9.4 Basic Trigonometric Forms
9.5 Tricks for Trigonometric Integrals
9.6 Inverse Trigonometric Forms
9.7 Integration by Parts
9.8 Integration by Trigonometric Substitution
9.9 Integration by Partial Functions
9.10 Integration Tables
9.11 Approximate Methods
STATUS CHECK
9.12 More Exercises for Chapter 9
10 Series Expansion of Functions
10.1 Infinite Series
10.2 Maclaurin Series
10.3 Operating with Series
10.4 Computing with Series
10.5 Taylor Series
10.6 Fourier Series
STATUS CHECK
10.7 More Exercises for Chapter 10
11 Differential Equations
11.1 Differential Equations and Their Solutions
11.2 Separation of Variables
11.3 Regrouping to Advantage
11.4 FirstOrder Linear Differential Equations
11.5 Applications
11.6 Approximation Techniques
11.7 SecondOrder Linear Homogeneous Equations
11.8 Repeated or Complex Roots
11.9 Nonhomogeneous Equations
11.10 Applications
11.11 Laplace Transforms
11.12 Differential Equations and Laplace Transforms
STATUS CHECK
11.13 More Exercises for Chapter 11
Glossary
Appendices
1. Table of Geometric Formulas
2. International System of Units
3. Table of Integrals
Answers to Practice Problems
Answers to OddNumbered Exercises
Index
Reading Group Guide
Preface to the Instructor
Note to the Student
1 Functions and Graphs
1.1 Functions
1.2 Types of Functions
1.3 Graphing
1.4 Distance Formula and Slope
STATUS CHECK
1.5 More Exercises for Chapter 1
2 Straight Lines and Conic Sections
2.1 Why Analytic Geometry
2.2 The Straight Line
2.3 The Parabola
2.4 The Ellipse and Circle
2.5 The Hyperbola
2.6 The SecondDegree Equation
STATUS CHECK
2.7 More Exercises for Chapter 2
3 New Coordinate Systems
3.1 Graphing in Three Dimensions
3.2 Polar Coordinates
3.3 Polar Graphs
STATUS CHECK
3.4 More Exercises for Chapter 3
4 The Derivative
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Limits
4.3 The Definition of the Derivative
4.4 General Interpretation of the Derivative
4.5 Differentiating Polynomials
4.6 Differentiating Products and Quotients
4.7 Differentiating Powers of Functions
4.8 HigherOrder Derivatives
4.9 Implicit Differentiation
4.10 Partial Derivatives
STATUS CHECK
4.11 More Exercises for Chapter 4
5 Using the Derivative
5.1 Tangents and Normals
5.2 Curve Sketching
5.3 Maxima and Minima
5.4 Motion
5.5 Related Rates
5.6 Differentials
5.7 Applications of Partial Derivatives
STATUS CHECK
5.8 More Exercises for Chapter 5
6 Integration
6.1 The Indefinite Integral
6.2 Area Under a Curve; the Definite Integral
6.3 The Fundamental Theorem
STATUS CHECK
6.4 More Exercises for Chapter 6
7 Using the Integral
7.1 Indefinite Integral
7.2 Area
7.3 Volume
7.4 Moments
7.5 Fluid Pressure and Force
7.6 Other Applications
7.7 Double Integrals
STATUS CHECK
7.8 More Exercises for Chapter 7
8 Derivatives of Transcendental Functions
8.1 Quick Trigonometry Review
8.2 Derivative of the Sine Function
8.3 Derivatives of Other Trigonometric Functions
8.4 Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Their Derivatives
8.5 Applications
8.6 The Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
8.7 Derivatives of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
8.8 Applications
STATUS CHECK
8.9 More Exercises for Chapter 8
9 Patterns for Integration
9.1 The Power Rule
9.2 The Logarithmic Form
9.3 The Exponential Form
9.4 Basic Trigonometric Forms
9.5 Tricks for Trigonometric Integrals
9.6 Inverse Trigonometric Forms
9.7 Integration by Parts
9.8 Integration by Trigonometric Substitution
9.9 Integration by Partial Functions
9.10 Integration Tables
9.11 Approximate Methods
STATUS CHECK
9.12 More Exercises for Chapter 9
10 Series Expansion of Functions
10.1 Infinite Series
10.2 Maclaurin Series
10.3 Operating with Series
10.4 Computing with Series
10.5 Taylor Series
10.6 Fourier Series
STATUS CHECK
10.7 More Exercises for Chapter 10
11 Differential Equations
11.1 Differential Equations and Their Solutions
11.2 Separation of Variables
11.3 Regrouping to Advantage
11.4 FirstOrder Linear Differential Equations
11.5 Applications
11.6 Approximation Techniques
11.7 SecondOrder Linear Homogeneous Equations
11.8 Repeated or Complex Roots
11.9 Nonhomogeneous Equations
11.10 Applications
11.11 Laplace Transforms
11.12 Differential Equations and Laplace Transforms
STATUS CHECK
11.13 More Exercises for Chapter 11
Glossary
Appendices
1. Table of Geometric Formulas
2. International System of Units
3. Table of Integrals
Answers to Practice Problems
Answers to OddNumbered Exercises
Index
Interviews
Preface to the Instructor
Note to the Student
1 Functions and Graphs
1.1 Functions
1.2 Types of Functions
1.3 Graphing
1.4 Distance Formula and Slope
STATUS CHECK
1.5 More Exercises for Chapter 1
2 Straight Lines and Conic Sections
2.1 Why Analytic Geometry
2.2 The Straight Line
2.3 The Parabola
2.4 The Ellipse and Circle
2.5 The Hyperbola
2.6 The SecondDegree Equation
STATUS CHECK
2.7 More Exercises for Chapter 2
3 New Coordinate Systems
3.1 Graphing in Three Dimensions
3.2 Polar Coordinates
3.3 Polar Graphs
STATUS CHECK
3.4 More Exercises for Chapter 3
4 The Derivative
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Limits
4.3 The Definition of the Derivative
4.4 General Interpretation of the Derivative
4.5 Differentiating Polynomials
4.6 Differentiating Products and Quotients
4.7 Differentiating Powers of Functions
4.8 HigherOrder Derivatives
4.9 Implicit Differentiation
4.10 Partial Derivatives
STATUS CHECK
4.11 More Exercises for Chapter 4
5 Using the Derivative
5.1 Tangents and Normals
5.2 Curve Sketching
5.3 Maxima and Minima
5.4 Motion
5.5 Related Rates
5.6 Differentials
5.7 Applications of Partial Derivatives
STATUS CHECK
5.8 More Exercises for Chapter 5
6 Integration
6.1 The Indefinite Integral
6.2 Area Under a Curve; the Definite Integral
6.3 The Fundamental Theorem
STATUS CHECK
6.4 More Exercises for Chapter 6
7 Using the Integral
7.1 Indefinite Integral
7.2 Area
7.3 Volume
7.4 Moments
7.5 Fluid Pressure and Force
7.6 Other Applications
7.7 Double Integrals
STATUS CHECK
7.8 More Exercises for Chapter 7
8 Derivatives of Transcendental Functions
8.1 Quick Trigonometry Review
8.2 Derivative of the Sine Function
8.3 Derivatives of Other Trigonometric Functions
8.4 Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Their Derivatives
8.5 Applications
8.6 The Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
8.7 Derivatives of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
8.8 Applications
STATUS CHECK
8.9 More Exercises for Chapter 8
9 Patterns for Integration
9.1 The Power Rule
9.2 The Logarithmic Form
9.3 The Exponential Form
9.4 Basic Trigonometric Forms
9.5 Tricks for Trigonometric Integrals
9.6 Inverse Trigonometric Forms
9.7 Integration by Parts
9.8 Integration by Trigonometric Substitution
9.9 Integration by Partial Functions
9.10 Integration Tables
9.11 Approximate Methods
STATUS CHECK
9.12 More Exercises for Chapter 9
10 Series Expansion of Functions
10.1 Infinite Series
10.2 Maclaurin Series
10.3 Operating with Series
10.4 Computing with Series
10.5 Taylor Series
10.6 Fourier Series
STATUS CHECK
10.7 More Exercises for Chapter 10
11 Differential Equations
11.1 Differential Equations and Their Solutions
11.2 Separation of Variables
11.3 Regrouping to Advantage
11.4 FirstOrder Linear Differential Equations
11.5 Applications
11.6 Approximation Techniques
11.7 SecondOrder Linear Homogeneous Equations
11.8 Repeated or Complex Roots
11.9 Nonhomogeneous Equations
11.10 Applications
11.11 Laplace Transforms
11.12 Differential Equations and Laplace Transforms
STATUS CHECK
11.13 More Exercises for Chapter 11
Glossary
Appendices
1. Table of Geometric Formulas
2. International System of Units
3. Table of Integrals
Answers to Practice Problems
Answers to OddNumbered Exercises
Index
Recipe
Note to the Student
1 Functions and Graphs
1.1 Functions
1.2 Types of Functions
1.3 Graphing
1.4 Distance Formula and Slope
STATUS CHECK
1.5 More Exercises for Chapter 1
2 Straight Lines and Conic Sections
2.1 Why Analytic Geometry
2.2 The Straight Line
2.3 The Parabola
2.4 The Ellipse and Circle
2.5 The Hyperbola
2.6 The SecondDegree Equation
STATUS CHECK
2.7 More Exercises for Chapter 2
3 New Coordinate Systems
3.1 Graphing in Three Dimensions
3.2 Polar Coordinates
3.3 Polar Graphs
STATUS CHECK
3.4 More Exercises for Chapter 3
4 The Derivative
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Limits
4.3 The Definition of the Derivative
4.4 General Interpretation of the Derivative
4.5 Differentiating Polynomials
4.6 Differentiating Products and Quotients
4.7 Differentiating Powers of Functions
4.8 HigherOrder Derivatives
4.9 Implicit Differentiation
4.10 Partial Derivatives
STATUS CHECK
4.11 More Exercises for Chapter 4
5 Using the Derivative
5.1 Tangents and Normals
5.2 Curve Sketching
5.3 Maxima and Minima
5.4 Motion
5.5 Related Rates
5.6 Differentials
5.7 Applications of Partial Derivatives
STATUS CHECK
5.8 More Exercises for Chapter 5
6 Integration
6.1 The Indefinite Integral
6.2 Area Under a Curve; the Definite Integral
6.3 The Fundamental Theorem
STATUS CHECK
6.4 More Exercises for Chapter 6
7 Using the Integral
7.1 Indefinite Integral
7.2 Area
7.3 Volume
7.4 Moments
7.5 Fluid Pressure and Force
7.6 Other Applications
7.7 Double Integrals
STATUS CHECK
7.8 More Exercises for Chapter 7
8 Derivatives of Transcendental Functions
8.1 Quick Trigonometry Review
8.2 Derivative of the Sine Function
8.3 Derivatives of Other Trigonometric Functions
8.4 Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Their Derivatives
8.5 Applications
8.6 The Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
8.7 Derivatives of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
8.8 Applications
STATUS CHECK
8.9 More Exercises for Chapter 8
9 Patterns for Integration
9.1 The Power Rule
9.2 The Logarithmic Form
9.3 The Exponential Form
9.4 Basic Trigonometric Forms
9.5 Tricks for Trigonometric Integrals
9.6 Inverse Trigonometric Forms
9.7 Integration by Parts
9.8 Integration by Trigonometric Substitution
9.9 Integration by Partial Functions
9.10 Integration Tables
9.11 Approximate Methods
STATUS CHECK
9.12 More Exercises for Chapter 9
10 Series Expansion of Functions
10.1 Infinite Series
10.2 Maclaurin Series
10.3 Operating with Series
10.4 Computing with Series
10.5 Taylor Series
10.6 Fourier Series
STATUS CHECK
10.7 More Exercises for Chapter 10
11 Differential Equations
11.1 Differential Equations and Their Solutions
11.2 Separation of Variables
11.3 Regrouping to Advantage
11.4 FirstOrder Linear Differential Equations
11.5 Applications
11.6 Approximation Techniques
11.7 SecondOrder Linear Homogeneous Equations
11.8 Repeated or Complex Roots
11.9 Nonhomogeneous Equations
11.10 Applications
11.11 Laplace Transforms
11.12 Differential Equations and Laplace Transforms
STATUS CHECK
11.13 More Exercises for Chapter 11
Glossary
Appendices
1. Table of Geometric Formulas
2. International System of Units
3. Table of Integrals
Answers to Practice Problems
Answers to OddNumbered Exercises
Index
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I found this book to extremely clear cut, in almost all aspects of the first two semesters of Calculus. It even gives a foreshadowing of the third semester of Calculus, with their explanations of DoubleIntegrals. Well done. Andrew McDaniel


