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Calculus is broken down into main parts, Derivation, Integration, and the Differential Equation. Explanation is given as to how and why they work and the consequences. Examples are shown such that the student can perform not only the mathematics, but also Deriving formulas by ones own experiments. Nature is Calculus.
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One Professors view of the book "I recommend to my students what I commonly refer to as "the greatest math book ever written....maybe the best book ever written"About the Author:
Engineer with the U.S. Space program, Professor of Math at Long Island University/Brooklyn where he was rated in the Student Handbook as “Outstanding Teacher”, a Scientist, lover of Classical music, especially Bach, has been called "E Pluribus Unum", one who has a gift for simplifying the complicated. Brought up in Brooklyn NY, in the U.S. Air Force, likes people. Has great rapport with students and has classes constantly oversubscribed. Told by students who had gone on to higher classes in Calculus at other Universities, that they understood the subject much better than those from other schools.The students used the words “we were the only ones that knew what was going on”.
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