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Third Edition   ©2015

Calculus: Early Transcendentals

Jon Rogawski (University of California, Los Angeles) , Colin Adams (Williams College)

  • ISBN-10: 1-4641-1488-9; ISBN-13: 978-1-4641-1488-5; Format: Cloth Text, 1050 pages

"The clarity of examples, as well as their interconnectedness, remains a strong point.  This fact alone goes a long way toward helping students better learn the concepts." 
--Erik Tou, instructor, Carthage College


 “It strikes the right balance between readability for the student and rigor for the instructor.”
--Debra Carney, instructor, Colorado School of Mines

 "It is refreshing to see that even in the chapter on limits, there are application problems from a variety of disciplines, including engineering, physics and biology.  The applications feel realistic and relevant as opposed to constructed and stilted." 
--Maria Siopsis, instructor, Maryville College

 "The strenghts are in the Conceptual and Graphical Insights.  These are the kinds of comments that can make things 'click' and fall into place for the students." 
--Berit Givens, instructor, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

"The notation is a strong point of this book.  It is used consistently and the authors do not shy away from using math instead of excess prose.  Those two features alone put these chapters well ahead of my present text." 
--Jonathan Pearsall, instructor, College of Southern Nevada

"It's an invitation to learn calculus the right way."
--Nadjib Bouzar, instructor, University of Indianapolis

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