1 edition of Calculus Connections found in the catalog.
December 17, 1996 by John Wiley & Sons Inc .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||832|
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Calculus Connections offers an exciting way to demonstrate calculus. Multimedia elements such as video, sound and interactive simulations bring concepts to life. Each volume contains eight modules which cover all major calculus topics (simple to advanced). Each module has two video sequences to provide a real-life example or : Multimedia CD.
This modern calculus textbook places a strong emphasis on developing students' conceptual understanding and on building connections between key calculus topics and their relevance for the real world.
It is written for the average student -- one who is mostly unfamiliar with the subject and who requires significant motivation/5(6). Book Overview This modern calculus textbook places a strong emphasis on developing students' conceptual understanding and on building connections between key calculus topics and their relevance for the real world.
It is written for the average student -- one who is mostly unfamiliar with the subject and who requires significant motivation/5(3). • Classroom connections – Includes a variety of activities from the middle school curricula designed to deepen the connections between the calculus students are studying now and the mathematics they will : Paper.
This modern calculus textbook places a strong emphasis on developing students' conceptual understanding and on building connections between key calculus topics and their relevance for the real world. It is written for the average student -- one who is mostly unfamiliar with the subject and who requires significant motivation/5(11).
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