Calculus: Early Transcendentals (Briggs/Cochran Calculus)Author:
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Pub Date: 2010
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Better explanations of the process in solving some of the problems given. sometimes the solutions to the example problems were too concise and didn't elaborate enough on why they were solving problems a certain way.read more
The most useful thing I learned from this book was the various integration techniques that can be used to integrate a function.
no it wasn't i found every bit of it especially useful,l during the course of the semester.read more
it was helpful and self explanatory. but if you don't have a firm background, i suggest you don't rely solely on the book expalnation
It needs to do a better job at explaining problems, and needs to give more examples of different problems.read more
The problems need to be more straightforward and explained in a better way.
Very good book. With Pearson MyMathLab one could teach one's self Calculus.read more
Great examples. Well written. Taken in conjunction with the lecture it did a very good job. I got an A in Calculus 1 and 2 and a B in Calculus 3. The book was a big part of this. Good luck!
The description and explanations of the subject are a little confusing at times. Also when the formulas are in general form it didn't help me until my professor would explain it and put it in a more useful form.read more
I would dumb down the explanations of certain topics. Obviously it is hard to do because it is high level math. Also give more complicated examples. The example problems are usually easy and then when you get to the homework they are much more difficult.
Pub Date: 2010