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Calculus without limits uses an innovative approach to teaching calculus by showing you all the tricks used to solve problems and pass exams. Each chapter is packed with examples solved in complete detail, followed by questions which reinforce learning and alert you to weak areas. Covers most aspects of first year calculus course and the AP exam, including: * Limits * Derivatives * Max-Min problems * Definite and Indefinite Integrals * Integration by Parts * Trig substitution, integration by partial fractions * Integration of trig, exponential and log functions * Indeterminate forms and L'Hopitals rule * An introduction to differential equations * Improper integration Perfect for self-study, to help you get through first year calculus, or to prepare for the AP Calculus exam. Written in an informal style, this easy to understand yet information packed guide can help anyone learn calculus.
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David McMahon is a physicist and mathematician who works at Sandia National Laboratories. He has published several math and physics books.
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