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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 like this book, very friendy and fun way to know math.
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 4 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 5 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 6 months ago by M G
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 10 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 10 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 14 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 19 months ago by Chris Reich