The mere thought of having to take a required calculus course is enough to make legions of students break out in a cold sweat. Others who have no intention of ever studying the subject have this notion that calculus is impossibly difficult unless you happen to be a direct descendant of Einstein. Well, the good news is that you can master calculus. It's not nearly as tough as its mystique would lead you to think. Much of calculus is really just very advanced algebra, geometry, and trig. It builds upon and is a logical extension of those subjects. If you can do algebra, geometry, and trig, you can do calculus. Calculus For Dummies is intended for three groups of readers: Students taking their first calculus course  If you're enrolled in a calculus course and you find your textbook less than crystal clear, this is the book for you. It covers the most important topics in the first year of calculus: differentiation, integration, and infinite series. Students who need to brush up on their calculus to prepare for other studies  If you've had elementary calculus, but it's been a couple of years and you want to review the concepts to prepare for, say, some graduate program, Calculus For Dummies will give you a thorough, nononsense refresher course. Adults of all ages who'd like a good introduction to the subject  Nonstudent readers will find the book's exposition clear and accessible. Calculus For Dummies takes calculus out of the ivory tower and brings it down to earth. This is a userfriendly math book. Whenever possible, the author explains the calculus concepts by showing you connections between the calculus ideas and easier ideas from algebra and geometry. Then, you'll see how the calculus concepts work in concrete examples. All explanations are in plain English, not mathspeak. Calculus For Dummies covers the following topics and more: * Realworld examples of calculus * The two big ideas of calculus: differentiation and integration * Why calculus works * Prealgebra and algebra review * Common functions and their graphs * Limits and continuity * Integration and approximating area * Sequences and series Don't buy the misconception. Sure calculus is difficult  but it's manageable, doable. You made it through algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Well, calculus just picks up where they leave off  it's simply the next step in a logical progression.
About Mark Ryan
Mark Ryan has taught premath through calculus for more than a decade. He is a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.Details Book
Author  :  Mark Ryan 
Publisher  :  Hungry Minds Inc,U.S. 
Data Published  :  12 September 2003 
ISBN  :  0764524984 
EAN  :  9780764524981 
Format Book  :  PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT 
Number of Pages  :  384 pages 
Age +  :  15 years 
Language  :  English 
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