Kathleen Miranda

Testimonials


“The book that is not only going to teach you calculus but will make you want to learn calculus.”
Nena Kabranski, Tarrant County Community College

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“The language is precise and to the point. In a sense, the presentation of the content is more dynamic… This semester, the students did better on related rates and optimization problems. I believe the textbook contributed considerably to that.”

- Andrei Olifer, Georgia Gwinnett College

“I find the writing style to be just the right level between too technical and too simplified."

- Meghan Burke, Kennesaw State University

“The writing style is excellent. I love the way of starting a section listing the objectives.”

- Val Mohanakumar, Hillsborough Community College

"The writing style is excellent, and the strongest feature of the book.  It is very concise and clear throughout, and written at an appropriate level.”

- Mary Beth Headlee, State College of Florida

“One of the greatest strengths and virtues of this textbook is the writing style of the authors.  There is clarity, a smooth flow of the narrative, and a seamless character of how topics and concepts flow from one to the next.  The book is easier to read than many other calculus texts.”

- Light Bryant, Arizona Western College

“The authors developed concepts in text with simplistic language that students easily understand while maintaining the mathematical rigor appropriate for a course at this level. I believe the Sullivan/Miranda writing style is clear, concise, and helpful. Compared to our previous text, this one is much more student friendly in terms of written text and explanations. The previous text left out important aspects to the course… The single major strength of this chapter is the writing style and how it’s understandable to students learning these concepts for the first time while maintaining the rigor appropriate for this level.”

- William Veczko, St. Johns River

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“The book that is not only going to teach you calculus but will make you want to learn calculus.”
Nena Kabranski, Tarrant County Community College

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Kathleen Miranda

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