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# Thomas' Calculus

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Hardcover, 11th ed, 1380 pages

Published
October 5th 2004
by Addison Wesley Longman
(first published 2000)

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Apr 06, 2011
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I just completed the Calc series using Thomas Calculus. In Calc I, the instructor commented that we would use this text and that it wasn't the best or the worst (a VERY safe claim to make). I would agee with that.

I found the instructional text adequate but we experienced several cases where the solution to end-of-section problems was not the technique being covered in the section.

I used the softbound vol 1 & 2. You can save some money if you are taking a semester or two of calculus, but if ...more

I found the instructional text adequate but we experienced several cases where the solution to end-of-section problems was not the technique being covered in the section.

I used the softbound vol 1 & 2. You can save some money if you are taking a semester or two of calculus, but if ...more

**Calculus 1:**

Fall 2010-2011

SuTuTh 10-10:50 am

**Calculus 2:**

Spring 2010-2011

SuTuTh 11-11:50 am

**Calculus 3:**

Fall 2011-2012

SuTuTh 9-9:50 am

The book is great..I enjoyed studying from it "for a while"...chapter 10 and 15 are horrible..but I finished calculus Finally..

It's a famous book, and the solution manual is what makes this book unique and interesting.

Jan 10, 2011
Muneshmeena
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there is no time to think as bein an iitian i hav a lot to read.............so carry on readin n let me read..

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George Brinton Thomas, a mathematician who turned a one-year teaching appointment at MIT into a 38-year career and whose well-regarded textbook has been used around the world, died Oct. 31 of natural causes in State College, Pa. He was 92.

Thomas, known as a young teacher for his ability to communicate mathematical concepts, was hired in 1951 by publisher Addison-Wesley to revise their then-standar ...more

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Thomas, known as a young teacher for his ability to communicate mathematical concepts, was hired in 1951 by publisher Addison-Wesley to revise their then-standar ...more

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