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# Calculus

Success in your calculus course starts here! James Stewart's CALCULUS texts are world-wide best-sellers for a reason: they are clear, accurate, and filled with relevant, real-world examples. With CALCULUS, Seventh Edition, Stewart conveys not only the utility of calculus to help you develop technical competence, but also gives you an appreciation for the intrinsic beauty o
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Hardcover, 1194 pages

Published
January 1st 2011
by Brooks Cole
(first published December 1st 1986)

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Mar 16, 2012
عبدالرحمن القصير
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رائع جداً، من أفضل كتب الرياضيات.

Nov 12, 2015
Mohammad Mollanoori
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در دوران کارشناسی، دکتر مقدمفر استاد ریاضی اصرار داشت که از روی جزوه نخوانیم و رفرنس بخوانیم. من هم بالاخره این کتاب را که با هزار ذوق و شوق خریده بودم، خواندم.
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Some of the best advice I got was to hunt around for a good tutor to go to regularly & to have many books since it helps to really study the same lesson in different books to get a deeper understanding.

There were no online resources when I took these classes, these books do seem to have some web bundle available, I have benefited from using web m ...more

For those who wishes to learn advanced calculus, however, perhaps there is a need to peruse another text because in a way this text is not very close to real ...more

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The book explains the concepts very well and gives numerical and graphical evidence to every theorem, as well as proof to some theorems which is really great, The first 13 chapters and the last chapters are very well-explained, however, chapter 15 and 16 are very difficult and I d ...more

Apr 14, 2008
Matt O'Brien
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it was ok
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Dr. Hu

This book absorbed two years of my life.

I left a scarred shell of a man...with neck pain, bad pasty skin, and an eye injury that hasn't gone away yet.

In the end, I did if for a higher reason. I can't explain what I mean by that.

I left a scarred shell of a man...with neck pain, bad pasty skin, and an eye injury that hasn't gone away yet.

In the end, I did if for a higher reason. I can't explain what I mean by that.

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