This is the best self teaching guide introduction to Calculus that I have read.
I surely wouldn't waste your high school time taking AP Calculus AB since this book covers most of it in just a few hours of effort.
So this will get you started, but for most applications you will still have a long way to go.
The frame learning layout and the thorough explanation of limits are the two things that most recommend this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Yaakov (James) Mosher
I had to order this for my AP Physics study course. I haven't read it yet. It was awesome.Published 2 months ago by RJ
It has been around forever and for good reason. Concise. Not cluttered by gratuitous 'proofs'. Best used by science majors that need to USE calculus; not dissect it.Published 10 months ago by Bailey
A good book, but I wouldn't have gotten thru it without the aide of the videos on the Khan Academy.com
It's a good book in conjunction with other books and a math... Read more
If you have never taken calculus or want to quickly review some fundamentals this is a good book. The book is a self teaching guide which works out the answers for you if you are... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Leeber Cohen
I used the first edition of this book to teach myself calculus in high school because it wasn't offered at my school. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Timbeaux
I bought this book from Aamazon new and it arrived in pristine condition, no complaints there. About the book itself, I've only made it so far through the trig section (I ordered... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Discordian93
I have read many books on Calculus and this book explains it all succinctly. It is as efficient in its brevity as it is in its clarity.
This book gives a quick walk through Cslculus. I am still working my way to the end. I like how the book is arranged with different frames of information. Read morePublished 18 months ago by T. Reed