Description. Sheldon Axler’s Precalculus focuses only on topics that students actually need to succeed in calculus. Because of this, Precalculus is a very. slope tan Θ. 1. Precalculus. A Prelude to Calculus with. Student Solutions Manual . Sheldon Axler. San Francisco State University. JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC. For anyone who needs to learn calculus, the best place to start is by gaining a solid foundation in precalculus concepts. This new book.

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Nima added it Jul 17, Jun 2, 3. I’m actually surprised at how bad most books have become, content watered down, examples, etc.

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Jun 2, 1. Everyone who loves science is here! I’m probably just nitpicking. Jorge Perez added it Nov 20, Then there are ones that are on the other end – theory and not meant for review. Supreet marked it as to-read Axlfr 10, John Moore rated it it was amazing Oct 11, Which combo would work best? The order of topics is a bit different, as I was saying, and really minor stuff is shuffled around, but either will accomplish the same thing I feel.


Precalculus: A Prelude to Calculus

Any reader who needs to learn precalculus will benefit from this book. Jay Patel marked it as to-read Jan 19, Log in or Sign up.

Karandeep Kaur marked it as to-read Sep 05, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Things will come back, but I’ve got to work at it too. So the question is, which additional calculus book would best supplement either the Thomas or Stewart books? precallculus

Yvonne rated it liked it Jan 27, Needless to say I didn’t keep any! No trivia or quizzes yet.

I am an adult student going back to finish my undergraduate degree that I put off as I worked in the IT field for many years almost 20 years. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I took calculus before, and did very well, found it intuitive and not that hard to be honest, but I forgot most of it, and not only that, but the algebra and trig that are so important to understadning it.

If you go to the links and look at the table of contents for both you’ll see they are indeed the same. Axler’s books seem refreshing, but perhaps there are even better ones.


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Diego Velazquez Garcia rated it did not like it Sep 07, Precalvulus marked it as to-read Sep 16, Last edited by a moderator: I guess I should have posted a bit about myself.

Because I assume you want to get through that before starting calculus. Amandeep marked it as to-read Oct 06, azler Draft saved Draft deleted. Jasleen Kaur marked it as to-read Jun 26, I very much like theory, but wonder if Apostol or Spivak are the best choices when going back to review Calculus. Vincent is currently reading it Sep 01, Nathaniel rated it it was ok Feb 19, To ask other readers questions about Precalculusplease sign up.

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But there has to be a balance, and I’m not sure how balanced Apotol or Spivak are. Unfortunately, I have never had the chance of reading his calculus book.

This has proven to be more taxing than I expected.

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