1 edition of Calculus and analytic geometry found in the catalog.
Published 1987 by Administrator in McGraw-Hill
Includes index.
Statement | McGraw-Hill |
Publishers | McGraw-Hill |
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LC Classifications | 1987 |
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Pagination | xvi, 119 p. : |
Number of Pages | 75 |
ID Numbers | |
ISBN 10 | 0070611599 |
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nodata File Size: 5MB.
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And why is it that the even problems for which there are no answers are considerably harder than the odd problems?
A133, where you'll be directed straight to p. An unexcused absence will result in a grade of zero Etiquette: You are firmly bound by Calculus and analytic geometry State University's. Credit: 4 semester hours Eligibility: Is your responsibility. If you are unfortunate enough to be stuck with this book for a textbook, immediately go buy some other books to help you learn the subject.
Plus or minus grades may be assigned in a manner consistent with standard University practice. Indeed, it would be more accurate to say I was subjected to this book. In borderline cases, a smaller number of completely correct solutions will carry Calculus and analytic geometry weight than a proportionate number of fragmentary answers; later test scores will carry more weight than earlier test scores; and a record of active participation in class will carry more weight than a record of passive attendance in that order of relative importance among these three factors.
Had I not gone out and purchased a number of books by different authors, I definitly would have failed both courses. If you're stuck with this book, I suggest you find a better textbook to use as a reference and just get your homework problems out of this one. Customer Reviews: I agree with the Cornell engineering student completely. I am an egineering major at Cornell University and had to use this book in two introductory level calculus courses.
But believe me, you will not learn Calculus from this book. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics, and have been tutoring my son who is a computer engineering major.you remain anonymous to the other students in the class, but not to me in the body of your message because your username does not identify you to me : I don't reply to anonymous email.
The explanations are just plain poor.
Questions may be asked at any time and should be, if there's anything you don't understand. Second, the online tests and solutions together form a test bank for use by students in future years. First, you must identify yourself i. But you must either have discussed the matter with me well in advance; or, in the case of illness, have brought me a note from a physician explicitly stating that you were too ill to attend class on the day in question; and similarly for other extenuating circumstances.
This book does nothing but to stupefy the reader, not quite what you want if you are trying to understand triple integrals and Green's Theorem.
But you must either have discussed the matter with me well in advance; or, in the case of illness, have brought me a note from a physician explicitly stating that you were too ill to attend class on the day in question; and similarly for other extenuating circumstances.
Often I will attach a PDF file to my reply.
If you're stuck with this book, I suggest you find a better textbook to use as a reference and just get your homework problems out of this one.