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Calculus par [Boundless]

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The Boundless Calculus textbook is a college-level, introductory textbook that covers the fascinating subject of Calculus. Boundless works with subject matter experts to select the best open educational resources available on the web, review the content for quality, and create introductory, college-level textbooks designed to meet the study needs of university students.

This textbook covers:

Building Blocks of Calculus -- Precalculus Review, Functions and Models, Limits

Derivatives and Integrals -- Derivatives, Applications of Differentiation, Integrals, Applications of Integration

Inverse Functions and Advanced Integration -- Inverse Functions: Exponential, Logarithmic, and Trigonometric Functions, Techniques of Integration, Further Applications of Integration

Differential Equations, Parametric Equations, and Sequences and Series -- Differential Equations, Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates, Infinite Sequences and Series

Advanced Topics in Single-Variable Calculus and an Multivariable Calculus -- Vectors and the Geometry of Space, Vector Functions, Partial Derivatives, Multiple Integrals, Vector Calculus, Second-Order Linear Equations

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Editeur : Boundless (23 août 2013)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Calculus: It was free, but there's not much else good to say 2 novembre 2013
Par Dr. Michael W. Ecker - Publié sur
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The best I can say is it was free. But it has limited pedagogical value, it is uneven, it would be hard to learn Calculus from this book alone. Frankly, I was disappointed to see gaps, jumping around without developing topics properly, etc. Only a person who already teaches Calculus might get a little something out of it, but what is the point then?

P.S. I'm a university mathematics professor and have taught for over 40 years, much of the time teaching Calculus.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I'm NOT a math person, but.... 7 octobre 2013
Par Cathy Lowman - Publié sur
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I'm an art, visual, and music person. I freaked out when my daughter gravitated toward math in high school. I knew I couldn't help her past Algebra... and even that was growing a little foggy. She did well and even got her college degree in math - no thanks to me! haha! I never went past Trig in high school, and with a music degree, I was told I didn't need any more math. Now, I want to re-learn through Trig and even step into Calculus. These math apps are simple to understand (even for an artsy-fartsy gal like me) and yet cover so much. I'm starting back in Algebra again, but have downloaded through Calculus. If the first app is anything like this, I think I might actually be able to do it. Having earned a Masters in Education, I would recommend these for any number of situations: The student who is struggling and is in danger of falling behind... The college student who hasn't taken math since 11th grade (like me!)... The parent who wants to help their child... and ole' grandmas like me who just still love to learn and love a challenge.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I Can't Believe This (Kindle) Book Was Free! 8 octobre 2013
Par KQ6HD - Publié sur
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It's been a few years since I studied Trig, Algebra, and Calculus (a few meaning around 30). This book is an excellent refresher/reference for getting back some useful skills. I wouldn't call it a beginners' guide but is great as a companion and reference source for someone who's learned the techniques or is studying them for the first time.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 With revision, or authorship, this could be great. 9 décembre 2013
Par Eli Z Resnick - Publié sur
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This series is a great idea, and I'm grateful for the compilation of the internet's free knowledge, but the editor of the Calculus volume has clearly not taken a class in calculus, and may possibly be a robot.

Calculus introduces two new operations to regular math: the derivative and the integral. The first chapter of this book claims to review the framework of other math on which these operations depend. Instead, it opens with many advanced examples from engineering, economics and the physics of electromagnetism that use calculus operations. If you are taking calculus with a good teacher, read this to review and to hear different perspectives. If you are teaching yourself, maybe start with a clearer book and then read this for enrichment?

You could probably make sense of the advanced stuff in the beginning if you've already mastered the hard stuff at the end, otherwise you're going to have to throw perfectionism out the window to be able to turn these pages. You're simply not going to be able to understand how calculus applies to electromagnetism on page 22, before the book has introduced the basic concepts of calculus around page 40. If you get past that, page 23 will treat you to, "Calculus has widely used in physics and engineering. In this atom,
we will learn that instantaneous velocity can be obtained from a
position-time curve of a moving object by calculating derivatives of
the curve."

This is not exaclty Eglish, but it does assume a knowledge of calculus. The book has not yet given you the definition of a derivative. It's like a computer (or an ill-paid team of underqualified, undersupervised temps) figured out a list of what common examples are used to teach the final steps of precalculus, looked for the best examples of how to solve each of those problems, and being a computer (or a team with no time for communication, oversight or strategy), preferred the more advanced ways of doing things, all of which involve already knowing calculus.

I still highly recommend this book, because it is free, and because it will help you understand calculus more conveniently than the hundred web searches it would take to recreate equivalent resources. I just don't think this volume is going to encourage novice calculus students. Math is easy if you learn it one step at a time and then review, so find a book that teaches calc one step at a time first, and then read this one next for further practice.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not for students of Calculus, but perhaps as a review for a previously successful student of the subject 26 août 2015
Par Charles Alley - Publié sur
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I am a math guy, and an Engineer. This is an OK text to review with if you have lost your original Swokouski text book. You can read this book, and then go online to take quizes and see if you really remember it. HOWEVER there are no problem sets to work out on your own -- there is no way to learn calculus or any math with out working out copious numbers of problems -- hours of work, not just reading this light weight text.

Furthermore, this book may confuse you unless you know where it is going! In the review of precalculus in the beginning of the book, it invites you to take derivatives and do integrals, something that presumably you have no knowledge of. This is an expert friendly review, not a college level text book from which you could learn calculus and expect to go on to study a more advanced topic.
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