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Elementary Calculus by Michael Corral

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Elementary Calculus
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Publisher: mecmath.net
Number of pages: 348

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This book covers calculus of a single variable. It is suitable for a year-long (or two-semester) course, normally known as Calculus I and II in the United States. Table of Contents: The Derivative, Derivatives of Common Functions, Topics in Differential Calculus, Applications of Derivatives, The Integral, Methods of Integration, Analytic Geometry and Plane Curves, Applications of Integrals, Infinite Sequences and Series.

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