This book focuses on the requirements of a specific group of readers, structuring the book so that calculus is presented as a single subject rather than a collection of topics. With a user-friendly approach that keeps the reader in mind, the material is organized so that vector calculus is thoroughly covered. Approaches the theoretical aspects of calculus with the belief that, at the introductory level, it is important to understand the geometric basis for theorems and develop an intuitive understanding for the statements of the theorems and their implications. Emphasizes the power of calculus as a tool for modeling complex physical problems in order to present the methods of differentiation and integration as necessary skills needed to solve problems that arise from mathematical models. Excellent as a refresher for those in fields requiring a strong mathematical background.This trend toward the integrated use of calculators and computers in calculus courses will, and should, continue. ... Supplementary Materials In addition to student and instructor solutions manuals, and test banks, the authors are committed toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Calculus with Early Vectors|
|Author||:||Phillip Zenor, Edward E. Slaminka, Donald Thaxton|
|Publisher||:||Pearson College Division - 1998-09-01|