Integrate Your Brain: How To Do Calculus In Your Head
by Aaron Maxwell
Publisher: Lulu.com 2006
Number of pages: 51
Integrate Your Brain teaches how talented mathematicians utilize their normal, human mental ability to tackle calculus. You are gently trained in the fundamental skills, and shown step by step how to put them into action yourself.
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