Students no longer have anything to fear: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Calculus, Second Edition is here. Like its predecessor, it was created with an audience of students working toward a non-science related degree in mind. A non-intimidating, easy-to-understand textbook companion, this new edition has more explanatory graphs and illustrations and double the number of practice problems. First edition of this book has sold more copies than any of the other 70+ books on the subjsect. Twice as many practice problems in the second edition. More college students are now required to take calculus in college than ever before. Author is an award-winning calculus teacher praised for his ability to make this topic fun and approachable. His website, calculus-help.com, reaches thousands of students every month.I I I Ita#39;s not as bad as you thinkahalf of the inverse trig Q crlla#39;lcql Poml a derivatives are different from the other half by only a faamp; \\The ... I have included the inverse trig funca Instead of using the notation y = sina#39;lx to indicate the inverse sine, I use the notation y = arcsin x. ... Remember, if a trig function contains anything except a single variable (like x), you have to use the Chain Rule to find the derivative.
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Calculus, 2nd Edition|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2004-08-03|