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Ontent and mathematical rigor of the best calculus textbooks It is an indispensable volume for any student seeking to master calculus Serves as a companion to any single variable calculus textbook Informal entertaining and not intimidating Informative videos that follow the book a full forty eight hours of Banner's Princeton calculus review course is available at Adrian Banner lectures More than 475 examples ranging from easy to hard provide step by step reasoning Theorems and methods justified and connections made to actual practice Difficult topics such as improper integrals and infinite series covered in detail Tried and tested by students taking freshman calculus MAA Onlin. Clear exposition of single variable calculus with plenty of worked examples Stands as a noteworthy supplement to a standard Cartesian centric single variab

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The Calculus Lifesaver All the Tools You Need to Excel at Calculus Princeton Lifesaver Study Guides

Ok Coupled with a selection of exercises the book can also be used as a textbook in its own right The style is informal non intimidating and even entertaining without sacrificing comprehensiveness The author elaborates standard course material with scores of detailed examples that treat the reader to an inner monologue the train of thought students should be following in order to solve the problem providing the necessary reasoning as well as the solution The book's emphasis is on building problem solving skills Examples range from easy to difficult and illustrate the in depth presentation of theory The Calculus Lifesaver combines ease of use and readability with the depth of c. Too many words not many problems to solve too simplistic and somehow dense

Download The Calculus Lifesaver All the Tools You Need to Excel at Calculus Princeton Lifesaver Study Guides

For many students calculus can be the most mystifying and frustrating course they will ever take The Calculus Lifesaver provides students with the essential tools they need not only to learn calculus but to excel at it All of the material in this user friendly study guide has been proven to get results The book arose from Adrian Banner's popular calculus review course at Princeton University which he developed especially for students who are motivated to earn A's but get only average grades on exams The complete course will be available for free on the Web in a series of videotaped lectures This study guide works as a supplement to any single variable calculus course or textbo. This is a great companion book to both derivative and integral calculus I recommend using in conjunction with a calculus text book as it does not contain m


10 thoughts on “The Calculus Lifesaver All the Tools You Need to Excel at Calculus Princeton Lifesaver Study Guides

  1. says:

    I bought this to go through calculus to gain a thorough understanding About 40 years after taking it as an undergrad I learned a great deal from this book and I feel it was well worth the vast hours it took to go through all the material

  2. says:

    This is a great companion book to both derivative and integral calculus I recommend using in conjunction with a calculus text book as it does not contain many calculus problems to work out It is a very good theory book and I wish I had this when I was taking calculus the first time Life would have been much simpler

  3. says:

    Too early to tell how this book will help me Read this one to be primed on calculus before I take it this Fall To be frank

  4. says:

    Thorough summary whelpful hints for students Highly recommend Princeton UniversitySee also Probability Real Analysis

  5. says:

    Literally saved my life

  6. says:

    Too many words not many problems to solve too simplistic and somehow dense

  7. says:

    Clear exposition of single variable calculus with plenty of worked examples Stands as a noteworthy supplement to a standard Cartesian centric single variable textbook but its treatment of other mathematical areas is lacking making it difficult to recommend it even at nearly 700 pages as a stand alone reference The calculus of polar and exponential forms for example feels very rushed and incomplete and the brief section on complex

  8. says:

    I've used this to review basic calculus in preparation for the PRAXIS II Mathematics Content Knowledge test and it has been a great r

  9. says:

    Most readable textbook ever Didn't exactly finish it in the sense of reading cover to cover just reviewed some topics I haven't had to think about in a while Still uite impressed by how they made Calculus fun again

  10. says:

    Great companion book for College calculus geared for Calc I then Calc IIbut very helpful with filling in the gaps of the textbook

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