This book really make me not wanting to go back read anything from big caculus books that weight like a brick.
I used this book in my Calculus I class last semester (Fall 2000) and part of Calculus II and it really helped me out.
Using this book, I was able to understand all the concepts very clearly and Calculus was believe it or not, EASY!
One of the best course supplement books I've ever read. I started reading it before the semester began and was able to use it to stay ahead of the instructor. Read morePublished 13 days ago by F
I bought their second edition book and loved it so I purchased this one but it does not help much for calc 2 and the next one helps for calc 3 so I am confused about the missing in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by JAV
This book is a great supplement to learning calculus fundamentals. I'm usually not a fan of these kind of books and they tend to be watered down but this does a very good job of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by kyle peyton
I really appreciated how this book was written. It was like an instructor trying to explain Calculus to you with some humor. Not so serious. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Natalie Fayleen Potter
I haven't aced calculus yet, but this book was what I was looking for as far as an easy read for someone who is completely intimidated by math.Published 3 months ago by TA.D
Last fall my son enrolled in Calculus 1 as a college freshman. I thought that, having taken calculus 40 years ago, it might be an interesting time for me to try a refresher -- so... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Frank
The introduction to this book in which the author explains to college freshmen how to choose a good teacher makes it well worth its price. I haven't read any further.Published 6 months ago by William P. Shackleford, Jr.
I'm divided on this book. On the one hand, you're never gonna laugh as hard (or at all, even) with any other book on the subject of calculus. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kharan