## Calculus: The Language of ChangeAdaptable 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 | 1 |

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1 | 43 |

Approximating Derivatives | 64 |

Algebraic Methods | 125 |

We remind you that this proposition will reappear in Chapter 5 together with a pre | 130 |

The Basic Theory | 153 |

1 | 288 |

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Aspects of Integration | 396 |

Polynomial Approximations | 506 |

Numerous Worked | 603 |

Appendix A A Review of Algebra and Geometry | 865 |

A Table of Integrals | 873 |

Index | 879 |

V3 is a zero of fx x2 3 Differentiating fx 2r so a guess q | 305 |

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