Hurricane Calculus covers the full range of first year college calculus, from the concept of limits to the often complex partial derivatives and multiple integrals. It tells you in plain, simple terms what the basic calculus concepts are, provides you with step-by-step problem solving guidelines, and shows you plent of completely worked out examples.
Hurricane Calculus may be the most readable book ever written on the subject. There's very little of the mathematical jargon that often causes confusion. The book is full of examples drawn from actual real world applications. Its easy-going style is aimed directly at the reader who may be new to calculus or needs clarification.
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Don't anticipate the usual heady, confusing jargon in this book: examples drawn from real-life applications cover the first year of calculus, from basic concepts to multiple integrals. This approach - using real-life situations to apply calculus - makes much more sense than mere rote memorization of formulas, and assures a much deeper understanding of calculus. -- Midwest Book Review
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