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Calculus. (2 reviews). Gilbert Strang, MIT. Pub Date: ISBN However, in the current PDF version the index seems to be missing. Cover of Calculus, by Professor Gilbert Strang. (Image courtesy of Gilbert Strang.) Calculus Instructor's Manual Components. Notes on the Text (PDF). Selected. EPUB, PDF, and HTML) and on every physical printed page the . The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. .. Preface. Gilbert Strang, PhD.


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Mathematics after Calculus. Linear Algebra. Differential Equations. Discrete Mathematics. Study Guide For Chapter 1. Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems. Chapters: 1: Introduction to Calculus, 2: Derivatives, 3: Applications of the Derivative, MIT Professor Gilbert Strang has created a series of videos to show ways in which calculus is important in our lives. Chapter 1 - complete (PDF - MB). GILBERT STRANG, MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY this textbook in a digital format (including but not limited to PDF and HTML), then.

The book is well written and covers both big pictures and technical details of materials in calculus. However, in the current PDF version the index seems to be missing. From the table of contents it seems that the index pages are supposed to be in From the table of contents it seems that the index pages are supposed to be in the original book. The book is well organized, and it is possible to reorganize the sections to satisfy specific needs of a course. This comment is not regarding the book itself but rather the PDF version in the open textbook library.

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I feel hopeful when I see passionate comments like this from newly minted adults: CalChris on Oct 16, He's very readable. Strang is a fine lecturer, especially his Linear Algebra videos.

MIT, Stanford and Berkeley agree on this one thing. I've read significant amounts of both, and I don't think Axler is better than Strang or vice versa.

They teach the material with a different emphasis and interpretation. Having read both, my vote is with Axler over Strang.

It may be because I read Axler later, but I found it more intuitive and riper for generalisation. This may be the best book and it's great that you can download it for free, but it's scanned, and that makes it horrible to read. Still I marked it in my book list under math, and hope I'll find the time to read it in the future.

I don't mind to pay for that convenience. Your comment prompted me to look at the contents of the online PDFs. He's very readable. Strang is a fine lecturer, especially his Linear Algebra videos.

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MIT, Stanford and Berkeley agree on this one thing. I've read significant amounts of both, and I don't think Axler is better than Strang or vice versa.

They teach the material with a different emphasis and interpretation. Having read both, my vote is with Axler over Strang.

It may be because I read Axler later, but I found it more intuitive and riper for generalisation. This may be the best book and it's great that you can download it for free, but it's scanned, and that makes it horrible to read.

Still I marked it in my book list under math, and hope I'll find the time to read it in the future. I don't mind to pay for that convenience.

Your comment prompted me to look at the contents of the online PDFs. They are scanned-in documents, but I didn't find the text too hard to read.

To my surprise there were active links to sections of the book from the TOC. Certainly for the free price it's a generous thing to offer.

Lang's "Short Calculus" a reprint of the 1st edition of his calculus textbook is a welcome change from those th edition doorstop textbooks that make calculus into a boring parade of examples, where the goal of the game seems to be becoming an ace at pattern-matching. More recent, more idiosyncratic but quite nice is T.

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