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This is really a great book. I learned calculus from this book 20 years ago, and now, as I relearn it, I use it again

by. Howard Anton (Author). This is really a great book. I learned calculus from this book 20 years ago, and now, as I relearn it, I use it again. The writing is clear, and the examples progress from the easy to the difficult. If you're teaching yourself calculus, you do not need the latest and greatest book.

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The Study Skills Version of Calculus: Early Transcendentals 7/e is designed to help students get the most out . These online Calculus WebQuizzes help you work hand in hand with the Anton/Bivens/Davis text, chapter by chapter

The Study Skills Version of Calculus: Early Transcendentals 7/e is designed to help students get the most out of their calculus course. When it comes to pinpointing what you really need to know, nobody does it better than CliffsNotes. These online Calculus WebQuizzes help you work hand in hand with the Anton/Bivens/Davis text, chapter by chapter.

Calculus Late Transcendentals Combined Paperback – 28 August 2007. I bought this book hoping for something more readable for my students

Calculus Late Transcendentals Combined Paperback – 28 August 2007. by Howard Anton (Author). I bought this book hoping for something more readable for my students. I found what I wanted and then some. After comparing several sections, I now have this book on the desk next to the one I was given to teach from. A PhD in mathematics might find this tedious, but it's just what my students need.

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Calculus Late Transcendentals Combined: WITH Student Learning Guide eGrade epub download

ISBN13: 978-0471227960

ISBN: 047122796X

Author: Howard Anton

Category: Math and Science

Subcategory: Mathematics

Language: English

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc; 7th edition (May 17, 2004)

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Gunos
This is really a great book. I learned calculus from this book 20 years ago, and now, as I relearn it, I use it again. The writing is clear, and the examples progress from the easy to the difficult. If you are studying on your own, I recommend getting this or any other old edition of the book, along with the teacher's manual that has every problem solved. (If you're teaching yourself calculus, you do not need the latest and greatest book. Save your money and buy an old classic like this. If you can't find the complete user manual, consider ordering it through your library using an interlibrary loan.

If you are inquisitive, sometimes, along the way, you might have an idea about something and want to test it out; for this I recommend either alpha.wolfram.com or Mathematica. You could use a graphing calculator instead of these, but Mathematica is extremely powerful. If you're not ready to buy Mathematica, alpha.wolfram.com is an excellent substitute.

The one flaw in this book that I suspect many books share is the fragmented way in which it approaches integration techniques. The books teaches around 10 methods for integration, and it's difficult to remember them all. However, I am not sure what could be done to improve this, so I don't deduct anything for this.

A great feature of the book is that towards the latter part of the exercises, you are generally forced to reuse old skills that you may have started to forget. For instance, you may be working on integration techniques but then have to find the surface area of a solid of revolution, forcing you to recall how to set up that integral.

Finally, I'll say that I'm slightly prejudiced, because I learned calculus from this book (or one edition earlier) years ago.
Gunos
This is really a great book. I learned calculus from this book 20 years ago, and now, as I relearn it, I use it again. The writing is clear, and the examples progress from the easy to the difficult. If you are studying on your own, I recommend getting this or any other old edition of the book, along with the teacher's manual that has every problem solved. (If you're teaching yourself calculus, you do not need the latest and greatest book. Save your money and buy an old classic like this. If you can't find the complete user manual, consider ordering it through your library using an interlibrary loan.

If you are inquisitive, sometimes, along the way, you might have an idea about something and want to test it out; for this I recommend either alpha.wolfram.com or Mathematica. You could use a graphing calculator instead of these, but Mathematica is extremely powerful. If you're not ready to buy Mathematica, alpha.wolfram.com is an excellent substitute.

The one flaw in this book that I suspect many books share is the fragmented way in which it approaches integration techniques. The books teaches around 10 methods for integration, and it's difficult to remember them all. However, I am not sure what could be done to improve this, so I don't deduct anything for this.

A great feature of the book is that towards the latter part of the exercises, you are generally forced to reuse old skills that you may have started to forget. For instance, you may be working on integration techniques but then have to find the surface area of a solid of revolution, forcing you to recall how to set up that integral.

Finally, I'll say that I'm slightly prejudiced, because I learned calculus from this book (or one edition earlier) years ago.
Winasana
I'm currently studying mechanical engineering and I had to take calc 1 through 3. I got an A in all three with this book (combined version 9th ed). There are some topics in a couple of sections that aren't explained very well and I had to teach myself online, but compared to other text books where I am lost much more often, I think this book explains the topics very well...especially the multivariable section (ch 11-15). I've seen several other calculus textbooks and this is my favorite. There will be frustrating times with any calc text book. It's never as bad as 'physics with calculus' texts at least.

Most students will have to buy whatever textbook is required for their class anyway. There's solutions to all the problems online...at least my school provided us with them.

If you're learning on your own, I'd recommend watching khan/youtube videos as you'll get better explanations there than any book and most professors.

I'd also recommend How to Ace Calculus: The Streetwise Guide and How to Ace the Rest of Calculus: The Streetwise Guide, Including Multi-Variable Calculus no matter which way you learn. Those two books are entertaining and great supplements.
Winasana
I'm currently studying mechanical engineering and I had to take calc 1 through 3. I got an A in all three with this book (combined version 9th ed). There are some topics in a couple of sections that aren't explained very well and I had to teach myself online, but compared to other text books where I am lost much more often, I think this book explains the topics very well...especially the multivariable section (ch 11-15). I've seen several other calculus textbooks and this is my favorite. There will be frustrating times with any calc text book. It's never as bad as 'physics with calculus' texts at least.

Most students will have to buy whatever textbook is required for their class anyway. There's solutions to all the problems online...at least my school provided us with them.

If you're learning on your own, I'd recommend watching khan/youtube videos as you'll get better explanations there than any book and most professors.

I'd also recommend How to Ace Calculus: The Streetwise Guide and How to Ace the Rest of Calculus: The Streetwise Guide, Including Multi-Variable Calculus no matter which way you learn. Those two books are entertaining and great supplements.
Kashicage
I purchased this book as a remedy for my struggles with the Calculus: Early Transcendentals volume by Stewart. The two are like night and day. Stewart's exposition is, at best, of uneven quality, and all too often seems not to illuminate at all. The Anton, Bivens, and Davis (hereafter ABD) has marvelous clarity of exposition, well ordered, logical, and illuminating. The exercise sets in Stewart are apparently intended to provoke a stream of epiphanies--before having given sufficient practice to cement understanding--but fail to do so. The ABD exercises increase more linearly in difficulty, providing greater understanding and giving the student a solid grip on the concepts of the chapter. In short, ABD succeeds, and Stewart fails.

If you examine the reviews of Stewart's volume, you will find the most scathing are written by instructors who used the book. My own second semester instructor was a big Stewart fan, but I engaged her in many discussions on specific issue I found, and reviewed with her the alternate presentation in ABD; she found she agreed with me, again and again, and she was a master's candidate in math at the time.

This book is an excellent volume, if what you need is to actually understand calculus.
Kashicage
I purchased this book as a remedy for my struggles with the Calculus: Early Transcendentals volume by Stewart. The two are like night and day. Stewart's exposition is, at best, of uneven quality, and all too often seems not to illuminate at all. The Anton, Bivens, and Davis (hereafter ABD) has marvelous clarity of exposition, well ordered, logical, and illuminating. The exercise sets in Stewart are apparently intended to provoke a stream of epiphanies--before having given sufficient practice to cement understanding--but fail to do so. The ABD exercises increase more linearly in difficulty, providing greater understanding and giving the student a solid grip on the concepts of the chapter. In short, ABD succeeds, and Stewart fails.

If you examine the reviews of Stewart's volume, you will find the most scathing are written by instructors who used the book. My own second semester instructor was a big Stewart fan, but I engaged her in many discussions on specific issue I found, and reviewed with her the alternate presentation in ABD; she found she agreed with me, again and again, and she was a master's candidate in math at the time.

This book is an excellent volume, if what you need is to actually understand calculus.
Kesalard
This seems suitable for all levels of undergraduate calculus. The explanations of high school or 1st semester calculus are reasonably succint and clear. I will be commencing multivariate calculus shortly and coverage seems adequate for that as well. There are truly a vast number of problems so I find it helpful for reviewing earlier subjects in preparation for my next course.

I strongly recommend the Kindle version (which only works on the iPad or computer please note) as it is a fascimile of the written book but without the weight. I have an ancient hard copy by my bed as well...

No big textbook for maths is perfect but I rarely get frustrated with this one, it would be my recommendation after I have been trying a few.
Kesalard
This seems suitable for all levels of undergraduate calculus. The explanations of high school or 1st semester calculus are reasonably succint and clear. I will be commencing multivariate calculus shortly and coverage seems adequate for that as well. There are truly a vast number of problems so I find it helpful for reviewing earlier subjects in preparation for my next course.

I strongly recommend the Kindle version (which only works on the iPad or computer please note) as it is a fascimile of the written book but without the weight. I have an ancient hard copy by my bed as well...

No big textbook for maths is perfect but I rarely get frustrated with this one, it would be my recommendation after I have been trying a few.
Hidden Winter
Anton Calculus (4th Edition) covers three semesters of college calculus in a clear, thorough, well diagrammed package and introduces differential equations along with analytical geometry. An expanded trigonometry review and helpful summaries on either end of the book are also included. Exercises in the book are graded in difficulty just like the progression of topics in the book. This book adequately replaces new calculus text's, but ensure that your instructor will allow it to be used and that there aren't any hip topics missing.
Hidden Winter
Anton Calculus (4th Edition) covers three semesters of college calculus in a clear, thorough, well diagrammed package and introduces differential equations along with analytical geometry. An expanded trigonometry review and helpful summaries on either end of the book are also included. Exercises in the book are graded in difficulty just like the progression of topics in the book. This book adequately replaces new calculus text's, but ensure that your instructor will allow it to be used and that there aren't any hip topics missing.
Xellerlu
Professor Anton, pedagogically, has followed in the footsteps of the late Louis Leithold (Calculus with Analytic Geometry) in terms of freshness of approach to the teaching of the calculus. However, on pg 105, (discontinuity in a rational function, etc), the explanation offered in relation to the limits is very unsatisfactory. One has to refer to pg. 57 to discover that an integral part of the answer on pg 105 is that there is a "restricted domain" for the numerator. Many more elucidation flaws exist in the textbook but, overall, the author has done a truly marvelous work.
Xellerlu
Professor Anton, pedagogically, has followed in the footsteps of the late Louis Leithold (Calculus with Analytic Geometry) in terms of freshness of approach to the teaching of the calculus. However, on pg 105, (discontinuity in a rational function, etc), the explanation offered in relation to the limits is very unsatisfactory. One has to refer to pg. 57 to discover that an integral part of the answer on pg 105 is that there is a "restricted domain" for the numerator. Many more elucidation flaws exist in the textbook but, overall, the author has done a truly marvelous work.