Features of Rogawski/Adams Calculus 3e
Conceptual Insights encourage students to
develop a conceptual understanding of calculus
by explaining important ideas clearly but informally.
Graphical Insights enhance the students'
by making the crucial connection between graphical properties and the underlying concept.
Reminders, located in the margins, link back to important concepts discussed earlier in the text.
warn students of common pitfalls they can encounter in understanding the material.
Historical Perspectives are
that place key conceptual discoveries and advancements in their historical settings. They give students a glimpse into past accomplishments of great mathematicians and an appreciation for their significance.
Assumptions Matter uses
to help students appreciate why hypotheses are needed in theorems.
Section Summaries summarize a section's key points in a concise and useful way to
emphasize to students what is most important
in the section.
Preliminary Questions begin each exercise set and need little or no computation. They can be used to
check understanding of key concepts
of a section before problems from the exercise set are assigned.
, from the routine drill problems to moderately challenging problems. These are carefully graded and include many innovative and interesting geometric and real world applications.
Further Insights and Challenges are
more challenging problems
that help to extend a section's material.
End of Chapter Review Exercises
End of Chapter Review Exercises offer a comprehensive set of exercises closely coordinated with the chapter material to
provide additional problems for self study or assignments.
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