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 Title: Calculus
 Author(s) Gilbert Strang
 Publisher: WellesleyCambridge Press; 3rd edition (2017); eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
 License(s): CC BYNCSA 4.0, MIT OpenCourseWare License
 Hardcover/Paperback: 706 pages
 eBook: HTML and PDF (875 pages)
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 0980232759
 ISBN13: 9780980232752
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Book Description
Gilbert Strang's highly regarded calculus textbook is ideal both as a course companion and for selfstudy. Examples of the application of calculus to subjects such as physics, engineering and economics are included, as well as many practice questions and illustrative diagrams to assist the reader's grasp of the material.
Gilbert Strang's clear, direct style and detailed, intensive explanations make this textbook ideal as both a course companion and for selfstudy. Single variable and multivariable calculus are covered in depth. Key examples of the application of calculus to areas such as physics, engineering and economics are included in order to enhance students' understanding.
The book also includes a chapter on the 'Highlights of Calculus', which accompanies the popular video lectures by the author on MIT's OpenCourseWare. (These can be accessed from math.mit.edu/~gs).
About the Authors Gilbert Strang is a Professor of Mathematics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an Honorary Fellow of Balliol College, of the University of Oxford. His current research interests include linear algebra, wavelets and filter banks, applied mathematics, and engineering mathematics.
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