by Matt Boelkins
Publisher: Grand Valley State University 2013
Number of pages: 525
Rather than detailed explanations and worked out examples, this book uses activities intended to be done by the students in order to present the standard concepts and computational techniques of calculus. The student activities provide most of the material to be assigned as homework.
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