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Hiroyuki Kojima received his PhD in Economics from the Graduate School of Economics, Faculty of Economics, at the University of Tokyo. He has worked as a lecturer and is now an associate professor in the Faculty of Economics at Teikyo University in Tokyo, Japan. While well-regarded as an economist, he is also active as an essayist and has published a wide range of books on mathematics and economics at the fundamental, practical, and academic levels.
I got this as a gift for my son in law and he really likes the Japanese stuff so I know he enjoyed the book.
The Manga Guide to Calculus would be a must-have relief for any students new to Calculus, or to anyone who wants a painless refresher.
Exercises exist at the end of each section for you to complete and solutions are presented at end of the book.
I like this book, very friendy and fun way to know math. Before I bought another book from this serie. I recomend, indeed.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was hoping for something much more like Larry Gonick's "The Carton Guide to..." series. I put this down after about 15 minutes.Published 3 months ago by Anonymous
These education books are very nice and are easy to relate with the information in these books. These are great.Published 4 months ago by M G-D
Not a idiot proof reading materials for beginners.
Coming from the perspective of manga. It will be strikingly beneficial if the guide is targeted at real novice and... Read more
i liked it but personaly i think it was alittle too hypothitical. useing mostly veriables insted of numbers in the exsamples.Published 8 months ago by jacson moody
Honestly, I had high expectations for this book. But it's very complicated, to the point that I finished two calculus courses and STILL am confused about some parts of it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kharan
What an interesting way of trying to understand Calculus. If you need a different approach, this is definitely the way to go.Published 12 months ago by A.R
It's fun to read and I enjoyed it. The books gives the reasoning BEHIND the Calculus, but doesn't really tell you how to execute. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Chris Reich
This book does a good job of explaining core concepts in an interesting and much more friendly way than most textbooks. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Eric M. Fanning