Video about new calculus book

Learn about a new book called “calculus without limits” that’s going to revolutionize your understanding of calculus. This book uses a plain-English writing style combined with detailed step-by-step problem solutions to show you how to do calculus problems. It might be the only study guide you’ll ever need, ending frustration saving time and helping you pass calculus. It’s great as a textbook supplement, for college or AP courses, or for self-study.

Let’s face it-calculus sucks for a lot of people. Its hard and confusing, and its frustrating. But what if someone would just show you the exact steps required to solve any problem?

Calculus without limits teaches in plain-English. Its an easy to understand problem solving based review of all topics in first year calculus.

Covers limits

Derivatives

Integration

Infinite series and differential equations

Each section features complete step by step solutions of the same problems you’ll see on homework and exams. Here’s a chapter by chapter breakdown. Each chapter is written in plain-English, with a get-in, get-out approach to explanations, and a focus on showing you solved problems.

Chapter 1 reviews functions and graphing

chapter 2 covers computing limits

The next two chapters cover differentiation

The next chapters are packed with solved integration problems

covers definite and indefinite integration

integration by u-substitution

integration by parts

integration using partial fractions

trig substitution

integration of trig function and powers of trig functions

integrating exponentials, natural log, and inverse trig functions

then its on to sequences and series

learn the basics about sequences and series

see how to do convergence tests

learn about power and taylor series

the final chapter covers ordinary differential equations

So whats it cost? Calculus without limits is $27.Compared to your average calculus book-that can cost more than a hundred dollars, that’s dirt cheap.And calculus without limits is available for instant download-you can have it in 30 seconds, read it online or print it out.

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