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Often calculus and mechanics are taught as separate subjects. It
shouldn't be like that. Learning calculus without mechanics is
incredibly boring. Learning mechanics without calculus is missing
the point. This textbook integrates both subjects and highlights
the profound connections between them.
This is the deal. Give me 350 pages of your attention, and I'll
teach you everything you need to know about functions, limits,
derivatives,... more...

Inequalities in Analysis and Probability is a must for
graduate students and researchers with basic knowledge of
Probability and Integration Theory. It introduces classical
inequalities in vector and functional spaces with applications to
probability. It also develops new extensions of the analytical
inequalities, with sharper bounds and generalizations to the sum or
the supremum of random variables, to martingales and to transformed
Brownian motions.... more...

This much anticipated second edition of the most successful new
calculus text published in the last two decades retains the best of
the first edition while introducing important advances and
refinements. Authors Briggs, Cochran, and Gillett build from a
foundation of meticulously crafted exercise sets, then draw
students into the narrative through writing that reflects the voice
of the instructor, examples that are stepped out and thoughtfully... more...

Quick Calculus 2nd Edition A Self-Teaching Guide Calculus is
essential for understanding subjects ranging from physics and
chemistry to economics and ecology. Nevertheless, countless
students and others who need quantitative skills limit their
futures by avoiding this subject like the plague. Maybe that's why
the first edition of this self-teaching guide sold over 250,000
copies. Quick Calculus, Second Edition continues to teach the
elementary... more...

"This is a very good book for anyone interested in learning
analysis. I highly recommend this book to anyone teaching or
studying analysis at an undergraduate level." Zentralblatt Math
Part 1 begins with an overview of properties of the real numbers
and starts to introduce the notions of set theory. The absolute
value and in particular inequalities are considered in great detail
before functions and their basic properties are handled. From this
the... more...

This is an intuitively motivated presentation of many topics in
classical mechanics and related areas of control theory and
calculus of variations. All topics throughout the book are treated
with zero tolerance for unrevealing definitions and for proofs
which leave the reader in the dark. Some areas of particular
interest are: an extremely short derivation of the ellipticity of
planetary orbits; a statement and an explanation of the "tennis
racket... more...

This text is rigorous, fairly traditional and is appropriate
for engineering and science calculus tracks. Hallmarks are
accuracy, strong engineering and science applications, deep
problem sets (in quantity, depth, and range), and spectacular
visuals.

This text is designed for a three-semester or four-quarter
calculus course (math, engineering, and science majors).
Thomas’ Calculus, Thirteenth Edition, introduces readers
to the intrinsic beauty of calculus and the power of its
applications. For more than half a century, this text has been
revered for its clear and precise explanations, thoughtfully
chosen examples, superior figures, and time-tested exercise sets.
With this new... more...

This text is designed for a three-semester or four-quarter
calculus course (math, engineering, and science majors).
Thomas’ Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Thirteenth
Edition, introduces readers to the intrinsic beauty of
calculus and the power of its applications. For more than half a
century, this text has been revered for its clear and precise
explanations, thoughtfully chosen examples, superior figures, and
time-tested... more...

This book is intended for someone learning functions of a complex
variable and who enjoys using MATLAB. It will enhance the
exprience of learning complex variable theory and will strengthen
the knowledge of someone already trained in ths branch of
advanced calculus.
ABET, the accrediting board for engineering programs, makes it
clear that engineering graduates must be skilled in the art of
programming in a language such as MATLAB®.... more...