Calculus: The Language of Change

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2005 - 988 pages
Adaptable to courses for non-engineering majors, this textbook illustrates the meaning of a curve through graphs and tests predictions through numerical values of change, before formally defining the limit of a sequence and function, the derivative, and the integral. The second half of the book develops techniques for integrating functions, approxi
 

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Contents

Introducing the Words
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Approximating Derivatives
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Algebraic Methods
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The Basic Theory
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Aspects of Integration
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Polynomial Approximations
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Numerous Worked
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Appendix A A Review of Algebra and Geometry
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A Table of Integrals
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Index
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