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e-Book Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions epub download

Author: Robert T. Smith
ISBN: 007127071X
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Europe; 3rd Revised edition edition (July 1, 2009)
Language: English
Category: Mathematics
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e-Book Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions epub download

by Robert T. Smith

Calculus: Early transcendental functions 4th ed by R Smith and R Minton with a green cover Calculus 4th ed by R Smith and R Minton with a yellow cover make sure your professor clarifies which one you need.

Calculus: Early transcendental functions 4th ed by R Smith and R Minton with a green cover Calculus 4th ed by R Smith and R Minton with a yellow cover make sure your professor clarifies which one you need.

Smith/Minton: Mathematically Precise. New features include:, A new organization placing all transcendental functions early in the book and consolidating the introduction to L'Hôpital's Rule in a single section. Students who have used Smith/Minton's Calculus say it was easier to read than any other math book they've used. That testimony underscores the success of the authors’ approach, which combines the best elements of reform with the most reliable aspects of mainstream calculus teaching, resulting in a motivating, challenging book. More concisely written explanations in every chapter.

In addition to Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions, Professors Smith and Minton are also coauthors of Calculus: Concepts and Connections c 2006, and three earlier books for McGraw-Hill Higher Education. iv CONFIRMING PAGES P1: OSO/OVY P2: OSO/OVY QC: OSO/OVY T1: OSO MHDQ228-FM-MAIN MHDQ228-Smith-v1. cls November 22, 2010 21:20 ET (Early Transcendental) Brief Table of Contents CHAPTER . .Preliminaries 1 CHAPTER.

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if your course is using this book I suggest finding a different course. Examples don't match with even problems so unless you are very strong in math you will be lost. Why do these math books continue to show the work for the simple problems and then go to complex problems on the odd problems that don't give the answers or solutions, very frustrating. these are definitely not teach dyi books. Have a mix of both complex and simple problems. Give us a chance by using some complex problems in the odd problems. To all others who have this book good luck!

As far as the seller this book was shipped promptly and I had excellent service, just wish the product was better.
This book seems to be absolutely awesome if you are a smart young kid taking your AB and BC in High School. If you have been doing your math homework studiously for your entire life up to that point, then this book helps to take your reasoning up to another level. As many reviewers have already stated, it leaves out many intermediate steps in a solution or even in explaining the reasoning behind something. This keeps an attentive, sharp young mind focused and helps to push their limits. If you read more advanced works, a lot of times authors are talking at level 3, 4, or beyond on the "page," assuming that you are at their level. Therefore, this book is great preparatory material for young high achievers.

Unfortunately, this is also a drawback if you are an adult finally taking your Calc 2 and 3 classes. As a smart adult, ideas come easy for you. That's your advantage versus a kid. However, math is like working out. If you are out of shape, and/or your past preparation in High School and College was not the best, then this book will smack you hard. Most adults have many years separating their preparation. You forget some tricks. It can't be helped. It really isn't practical "restarting" your math sequence from Pre-Calc on up when you are 30, 40, etc. Simply having worked out examples in depth will trigger memories and techniques or show how "smart" people would solve the problem. Spending more time explaining the ideas behind what is being done will help an adult or self-learner gain confidence in what they are learning while reacquiring lost skills. If the verbiage becomes too much, then as an adult you have excellent skimming skills, but at least it is there if you need it. This book is enormous! I have calculus books that cover the same material in nearly half the size. So if you are skipping explanations and worked out solutions then why is the book so large? It is paradoxical.

I've written enough and there are some more pros/cons I could write, but my main point of view is the dichotomy between kid and adult students. I haven't seen too many reviewers state their perspective along these lines and so I thought it would be helpful!
This is a truly, awful, awful book. Does not explain anything well, gives questions on problems that have not been touched upon, and is not clear with any of he steps for completing problems. I would highly not recommend. It was a waste of money. Also, shame on colleges/universities for using a book like this for their online classes! It makes it difficult to learn, especially with professors who tend to be finicky with messaging back.
Great that you can rent these books
One of the arthurs' is a professor at my school (Minton) and it is not a bad book. It is huge, but helpful. Sometimes have to recheck my algebra when doing the samples, but it is a good book.Does give side notes to explain how they got an answer.
The paperback seems heavier (over 5lbs) than the hardcover although Amazon says the hardcover is over 6lbs..either way they are both heavy. Also the yellow label on the cover on the front of the paperback book, which I cannot read on Amazon, upon arrival reads, "This International Student Edition is for use outside of the U.S." and on back "This book cannot be re-exported from the country to which it is sold by McGraw-Hill." This may create a problem if you purchased for use in the US and you want to sell it to your University bookstore after use. If that is your intention... check with store first. However, it appears the content is the same with the US version. The paperback is less expensive.
Worst math book I have ever used. Instead of writing proofs for everything how about examples that help with the work.
Great product and seller