978-0134763644 PDF Calculus Early Transcendentals 3rd Edition:
978-0134763644 PDF of The third edition of Calculus: Early Transcendentals By Briggs, supports a three-semester or four-quarter calculus sequence typically taken by students studying mathematics, engineering, the natural sciences, or economics.
Calculus Early Transcendentals 3rd Edition PDF Goals:
The 3rd edition of Calculus Early has the same goals as the first edition:
- to motivate the essential ideas of calculus with a lively narrative, demonstrating the utility of calculus with applications in diverse fields.
- to introduce new topics through concrete examples, applications, and analogies, appealing to students’ intuition and geometric instincts to make calculus natural and believable
- once this intuitive foundation is established, to present generalizations and abstractions
and to treat theoretical matters in a rigorous way.
978-0134763644 PDF eBook Features:
Calculus Early Transcendentals 3rd Edition, both builds on the success of the previous two editions and addresses the feedback we have received. We have listened to and learned from the instructors who used the PDF. They have given us wise guidance about how to make the 3e an even more effective learning tool for students and a more powerful resource for instructors. Users of the PDF continue to tell us that it mirrors the course they teach, and more important that students actually read it! Of course, the 978-0134763644 eBook also benefits from our own experiences using the text, as well as from our experiences teaching mathematics at diverse institutions over the past 30 years.
New to the 3rd Edition:
The exercise sets are a major focus of the revision. In response to reviewer and instructor feedback, we’ve made some significant changes sets by rearranging and relabeling exercises, modifying some, and adding many new ones. Of the approximately 10,400 appearing in this edition.
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