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Bob Miller's Calc for the Clueless: Calc I (Bob Miller's Clueless)by Robert Miller
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If you suffer from math anxiety, then sign up for private tutoring with Bob Miller! Do logarithms, sines, and cosines leave you in a cold sweat? Vectors and derivatives send stress signals to your brain? If so, then you are like the many thousands of studentsstudents of all ages, all levelswho are anxious trying to master math. Particularly calculus. Luckily, there is a cure: Bob Miller's Calc for the Clueless! Like the teacher you always wished you had (but never thought existed), Bob Miller brings a combination of knowledge, empathy and fun to this often troubling subject. He breaks down the learning process in an easy, nontechnical way and builds it up again using his own unique methods. "Basically, the Clueless books are my notes. Exactly the way I teach: friendly, clear...with some humor and plenty of emotion!" Meant to bridge the gap between the student, the textbook, and the teacher, Calc for the Cluless is packed with all the information you need to conquer calc.
New for this second edition of Calc I are:
"I am always delighted when a student tells me that he or she hated math...but taking a class with me has made math understandable...even enjoyable." Now it's your turn. Sharpen your #2 pencils and let Bob Miller show you how to never be clueless again!
The first calc study guides that really give students a clue.
Bob Miller's student-friendly Calc for the Clueless features quickly-absorbed, fun-to-use information and help. Students will snap up Calc for the Clueless as they discover:
About the Author
Bob Miller has been a lecturer in Mathematics at City College in New York for nearly 30 years. He received his degrees from Brooklyn Polytechnic, and has taught at Westfield State College, Massachusetts, Rutgers, and City College of New York. His main goal is to make the study of mathematics easier and more enjoyable for today's students.
Table of Contents
The Beginning--Limits.The Basics.Curve Sketching Made Easy.Word Problems Made Easy...Well, Less Difficult.Integral Applications.Odds and Ends.
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