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“Insights Into Calculus” consists of three parts. Part 1 concerns content. Part 2 describes a space-time walk interviewing contributors to the calculus, thereby viewing the societies and their cultures and methods of financial support of the calculus. The third part emphasizes the relation of certain of Zeno’s paradoxes to real numbers, their geometric interpretation as points , and the limit concept.
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Vitae (Robert C. Wrede) I received my undergraduate and masters degrees from Miami University (Ohio) and my Ph.D. in 1956 from Indiana University. I taught at Miami as a Teaching Assistant and then as an Instructor. At Indiana University I was responsible for two courses a semester and was appointed as a Teaching Fellow for one Summer. From 1955-1994. I was a Professor of Mathematics at San Jose State University where I conducted both undergraduate and graduate courses. Also, I was the Masters Degree thesis advisor for approximately twenty students. My text "Introduction to Vector and Tensor Analysis" was first published by John Wiley & Sons (and presently is available in paperback from Dover Publications). In 2002 I authored the Second Edition of Schaum’s Outlines - Advanced Calculus, McGraw Hill. (The First Edition was written by Murray Spiegel.). Critiques of these writings can be found on the internet. I am a member of the Mathematical Association of America and the American Mathematical Society.
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Book Description BookSurge Publishing, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1419688227