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ISBN13: 978-0495011613

ISBN: 0495011614

Author: James Stewart

Category: Math and Science

Subcategory: Mathematics

Language: English

Publisher: Brooks Cole; 6 edition (March 29, 2007)

Pages: 948 pages

ePUB size: 1711 kb

FB2 size: 1973 kb

Rating: 4.1

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Majin
This review is for the HYBRID edition, which is not the full book, leaving out some critical content that is included with the other 7th edition versions ("Calculus" and "Single Variable Calculus") by the same author. The differences are not mentioned anywhere in the Amazon product description, which appears to reference "Calculus," regardless of which of the 3 versions is selected for viewing. Additionally, the content shown when you click "Look Inside" is NOT from the Hybrid edition, which is not the same.

While the other versions of the book apparently have all required course content for a Calculus class, the Hybrid edition leaves out the end-of-section exercises normally assigned as homework (or for self-review). In the Hybrid edition, the missing end-of-section exercises are available on the publisher's "WebAssign" website, and access must be separately purchased for a minimum of $75.00. So by itself, the Hybrid edition won't be sufficient for a Calculus class unless it was specifically assigned by your instructor.
Majin
This review is for the HYBRID edition, which is not the full book, leaving out some critical content that is included with the other 7th edition versions ("Calculus" and "Single Variable Calculus") by the same author. The differences are not mentioned anywhere in the Amazon product description, which appears to reference "Calculus," regardless of which of the 3 versions is selected for viewing. Additionally, the content shown when you click "Look Inside" is NOT from the Hybrid edition, which is not the same.

While the other versions of the book apparently have all required course content for a Calculus class, the Hybrid edition leaves out the end-of-section exercises normally assigned as homework (or for self-review). In the Hybrid edition, the missing end-of-section exercises are available on the publisher's "WebAssign" website, and access must be separately purchased for a minimum of $75.00. So by itself, the Hybrid edition won't be sufficient for a Calculus class unless it was specifically assigned by your instructor.
Ricep
This is a relatively good book on calculus.

However, this book does not explain the "why"s of calculus very well. I guess if you
are into rote problem solving without clear foundation, is is good book for you.

This textbook is 1200 pages. How many pages will be actually covered in one semester using this book?
The content is relatively well written (they had 8 revision so far to get it right). The amount of examples
is relatively large comparable to other similar text books.

My pet gripe in the textbook industry in the arrival of new editions every year or two. This book is no exception.
The difference between this version and version 8 a so slight, it begs the question "how do you justify a new +200$ text book"?
Another gripe. is that there are so many variations on similar topics, early trancedental, calculus on single variable, on multiple variables, etc.
If you cannot get at least that in a single volume 1200 page text book, then there might be other motive for all these different
versions.

I know, you have no choice is your school select this book to use in class.
Ricep
This is a relatively good book on calculus.

However, this book does not explain the "why"s of calculus very well. I guess if you
are into rote problem solving without clear foundation, is is good book for you.

This textbook is 1200 pages. How many pages will be actually covered in one semester using this book?
The content is relatively well written (they had 8 revision so far to get it right). The amount of examples
is relatively large comparable to other similar text books.

My pet gripe in the textbook industry in the arrival of new editions every year or two. This book is no exception.
The difference between this version and version 8 a so slight, it begs the question "how do you justify a new +200$ text book"?
Another gripe. is that there are so many variations on similar topics, early trancedental, calculus on single variable, on multiple variables, etc.
If you cannot get at least that in a single volume 1200 page text book, then there might be other motive for all these different
versions.

I know, you have no choice is your school select this book to use in class.
Tebei
Originally I thought this was one of the worst introductory Calculus texts ever written and this was after using Stewart's Precalculus
text which I thought was very well written and accessible to the target audience. I have now worked my way up to Differential Equations and Linear Algebra all totally on my own - no professors, classmates, lectures, etc. I mention this because my progress
has only to do with me and my textbook(s).
Most of the criticisms that I have of the textbooks I have seen still stand - they are poorly written for the target audience. However,
now that I have a more advanced perspective I can see that a lot of the published criticisms are the sour grapes resulting from
poor precalculus preparation, low motivation to study mathematics, poor writing and teaching, etc.
Having my experience let me now tell you how to learn Calculus:
1) Get real good at Algebra and Precalculus.
2) Use textbooks by Stewart, Larson and Edwards, Michael Sullivan, Thomas and Finney,
3) Do problems until your eyes are falling out of your head.
4) Write extensive notes and then ask yourself could someone learn Calculus with only these notes. If the answer is no throw them
away and rewrite them.
5) Use the Internet - you cannot imagine how many websites there are for all mathematics at any leve.
Finally, Dr.Stewart I apologize for the very badly inaccurate review I gave your book - it is not the easiest book for a beginner in
Calculus but it is accessible and good good preparation for DE's and Linear Algebra.
Tebei
Originally I thought this was one of the worst introductory Calculus texts ever written and this was after using Stewart's Precalculus
text which I thought was very well written and accessible to the target audience. I have now worked my way up to Differential Equations and Linear Algebra all totally on my own - no professors, classmates, lectures, etc. I mention this because my progress
has only to do with me and my textbook(s).
Most of the criticisms that I have of the textbooks I have seen still stand - they are poorly written for the target audience. However,
now that I have a more advanced perspective I can see that a lot of the published criticisms are the sour grapes resulting from
poor precalculus preparation, low motivation to study mathematics, poor writing and teaching, etc.
Having my experience let me now tell you how to learn Calculus:
1) Get real good at Algebra and Precalculus.
2) Use textbooks by Stewart, Larson and Edwards, Michael Sullivan, Thomas and Finney,
3) Do problems until your eyes are falling out of your head.
4) Write extensive notes and then ask yourself could someone learn Calculus with only these notes. If the answer is no throw them
away and rewrite them.
5) Use the Internet - you cannot imagine how many websites there are for all mathematics at any leve.
Finally, Dr.Stewart I apologize for the very badly inaccurate review I gave your book - it is not the easiest book for a beginner in
Calculus but it is accessible and good good preparation for DE's and Linear Algebra.
Yainai
I have purchased this textbook last year for my class. Unfortunately, I was not able to take the course until this summer. The book is wonderful in terms of material and mathematical knowledge that it gives and techniques that it teaches. One can practically use this book to learn everything an undergraduate mathematics student needs to know. It is that good! James Stewart, the author of the book, gives the best way to learn Calculus with introduction to material in each chapter with examples and problems in between paragraphs. This is perhaps the best way to self-teach yourself the mathematics required for college and prepare for each class, and that is exactly how this textbook helped me before I started the summer course.
Yainai
I have purchased this textbook last year for my class. Unfortunately, I was not able to take the course until this summer. The book is wonderful in terms of material and mathematical knowledge that it gives and techniques that it teaches. One can practically use this book to learn everything an undergraduate mathematics student needs to know. It is that good! James Stewart, the author of the book, gives the best way to learn Calculus with introduction to material in each chapter with examples and problems in between paragraphs. This is perhaps the best way to self-teach yourself the mathematics required for college and prepare for each class, and that is exactly how this textbook helped me before I started the summer course.
Perdana
This edition (with Enhanced WebAssign 2007/2008) is exactly page-for-page the same as Stewart's 6e "Single Variable Calculus Early Transcendentals (2003/2008)" except: 1) this reprint starts from page 1 of the original, so it does not include the Preface, "To The Student" and the Diagnostic Tests, and it does not have the nice detailed Table of Contents with page numbers and titles for each section (instead it has a one page TOC with the title of each chapter and their page numbers), but this reprint does include the Reference Pages cutout sheets 2) For reasons that are not clear, Appendix F includes 2 pages from the multivariable book on the proof of Clairaut's Theorem (for sections 14.3, 14.4), and 3) the index is taken from the complete single volume index, so it includes references to pages that are not in this book (from Chapters 12-17 which are part of the multivariable book).
Some of my students find the Diagnostic Tests to be very useful, and the extraneous references in the index can be annoying. I like having the detailed Table of Contents from the original version. Besides those annoyances, this is a great inexpensive printing of Stewart's 6e.
Perdana
This edition (with Enhanced WebAssign 2007/2008) is exactly page-for-page the same as Stewart's 6e "Single Variable Calculus Early Transcendentals (2003/2008)" except: 1) this reprint starts from page 1 of the original, so it does not include the Preface, "To The Student" and the Diagnostic Tests, and it does not have the nice detailed Table of Contents with page numbers and titles for each section (instead it has a one page TOC with the title of each chapter and their page numbers), but this reprint does include the Reference Pages cutout sheets 2) For reasons that are not clear, Appendix F includes 2 pages from the multivariable book on the proof of Clairaut's Theorem (for sections 14.3, 14.4), and 3) the index is taken from the complete single volume index, so it includes references to pages that are not in this book (from Chapters 12-17 which are part of the multivariable book).
Some of my students find the Diagnostic Tests to be very useful, and the extraneous references in the index can be annoying. I like having the detailed Table of Contents from the original version. Besides those annoyances, this is a great inexpensive printing of Stewart's 6e.