by Mark Ryan. Founder of The Math Center. Calculus. 2nd Edition ISBN (pbk); ISBN (ePDF); ISBN. Workbook For Dummies Calculus For Dummies 2nd Edition; Algebra II For Dummies; Trigonometry For Dummies;. Math Word. ISBN (pbk); ISBN (ebk); ISBN Mark Zegarelli is the author of Logic For Dummies (Wiley), Basic Math &. Pre-Algebra.
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Ryan has taught junior high and high school math since He lives in Evanston, Illinois. Product details File Size: For Dummies; 2 edition May 18, Publication Date: May 18, Sold by: English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Not Enabled Word Wise: Not Enabled Lending: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: While this version features a new Dummies cover and design, the content is the same as the prior release and should not be considered a new or updated product.
Slay the calculus monster with this user-friendly guide Calculus For Dummies , 2nd Edition makes calculus manageable—even if you're one of the many students who sweat at the thought of it.
Includes foundations in algebra, trigonometry, and pre-calculus concepts Explores sequences, series, and graphing common functions Instructs you how to approximate area with integration Features things to remember, things to forget, and things you can't get away with Stop fearing calculus, and learn to embrace the challenge.
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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Mark Zegarelli. Consumer Dummies. Trigonometry For Dummies. Mary Jane Sterling. Geometry For Dummies. Mark Ryan. Editorial Reviews From the Back Cover An easy-to-follow introduction to calculus Detailed explanations of differentiation and integration Real-life examples of when calculus comes in handy Conquer your calculus confusion If the thought of studying calculus makes you sweat, relax and fret no more!
Inside… What calculus is and why it works An algebra and trigonometry review The lowdown on limits How to use differentiation Integration techniques Infinite series Clever calculus shortcuts.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. This is the best Dummies book I've bought. The author is a genius. He really explains the concepts very well and clear enough.
When someone knows the materials, have plenty of experience teaching them, and happens to have a great sense of humor and is willing to write a book, there you have Mark Ryan. The materials are well organized and topics well chosen with plenty of jokes to enjoy. I recommend to read this book first before you take college calculus, so that you would have clear ideas about what calculus is about, and the important topics and examples. Don't imagine you can read this book can replace college calculus textbook, though.
They serve different purposes. This book is a must download for students trying to learn Calculus. It presents the ideas in an easy to understand "layman" style. I found myself using this book outside of class to explain things that I didn't quite get during the lecture.
Awesome tool that helped me to pass Calculus and much cheaper than the required textbook I had to download for class. Try this. The author of this book also wrote a companion workbook entitled "Calculus Workbook for Dummies. Mark Ryan did a very good job of explaining the essentials of calculus. He covers some calculus prerequisites, limits, differentiation, integration, and infinite series.
I would recommend that you are comfortable with algebra and trigonometry before downloading this book. I have provided here a suggestion on which chapters in the theory book to read before doing the workbook problems. Read chapters 1 to 6 in the theory book, and then do chapters 1 and 2 in the workbook. Read chapter 7 in the theory book, and then do chapter 3 in the workbook. Read chapter 8 in the theory book, and then do chapter 4 in the workbook.
Continue in this fashion for the remainder of the chapters. This book seems best fit for someone who perhaps had calculus in the past but needs to review, or someone who is currently taking a calculus class and need supplemental help.
For these tasks, these books are great. Ryan really knows how to explain the fundamentals of the math in a way that is easily understandable, unlike the obtuse theory and proofs you get in the college texts. The workbook provides extra problems, which you need to do if you want to understand the math. I highly recommend both books. This is an excellent book to learn what you need to know in understanding Calculus.
I found that it tells you in clear and simple language just how and why it works and what you need to know to do it.
It provides some additional material in Algebra and Trigonometry as a review in learning the subject. I love this guy and would have loved to have met him. Hi, I have been searching such work for past couple of months and at last I got here in the form of "Calculus Made Easy" May GOD Bless all who have made such efforts in preparing such an excellent book.
Thanks for posting this While I struggled with math from grade school to grad school, I'm now a bit of a math junkie and books with subjects like this really pique my interest. I wish I could get my hands on an actual copy of that book for myself.
One question comes to mind, though. I noticed there are two different dates in the front of the book that confuse me I'm a sucker for old books. There is a date of in the preface and another of by itself on another page. Do you know which date was the actual date of publication? There isn't an actual copyright year specified and as I read through the text, the absence of that date combined with the style and choice of words lead me to believe this was a work from the early 20th century.
I rely on a barely mediocre literary acumen to make that assessment, so take it with an enormous grain of salt. So your "early 20th century" language observation is right on the button. I don't believe the "" on the separate page is a date, since in the US, the date order is normally day then month. I suspect it's there to trigger thought. I'm not sure if it'll work but I'll give it a try.
I'll write back at the end of the semester to let you know how it worked for me. Extremely thankful for uploading this book. My father left this book when he expired and I learnt calculus from this book.
But I donated this book to some and later when my son started studying calculus I remembered this book and started searching.
Once again thanks. I had to download it yesterday after I saw it mentioned by Richard Dawkins the author of The Selfish Gene - another great book for inquiring minds in his memoir "An Appetite for Wonder". I am glad I found it so easily in the Google search. This very old fool is very pleased, too. Thanks a billion! I wish I had seen it 55 years ago; but no problem, I loved calculus then after I saw its utility and I still do explaining it to high school students in a non-traditional approach.
Sir please make such a book like this on trigonometry i am very stucked on this topic. Trigonometric Functions.
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