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Bob Miller's High School Calc for the Clueless - Honors and AP Calculus AB & BC (Bob Miller's Clueless)by Robert Miller
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Like the teacher you always wished you had (but never thought existed), Bob Miller brings knowledge, empathy, and fun to the often-troubling subject of calculus. He breaks down the learning process in an easy, non-technical way and builds it up again using his own unique methods.
Meant to bridge the gulf between the student, the textbook, and the teacher, High School Calculus for the Clueless is packed with all the latest information you need to conquer calculus, including:
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With Bob Miller at your side, you never have to be clueless about math again! Algebra and calculus are tough on high school students like you. Professor Bob Miller, with more than 30 years' teaching experience, is a master at making the complex simple, and his now-classic series of Clueless study aids has helped tens of thousands understand the tough subjects. Calculus-with its integrals and derivatives-is famous for tripping up even the quickest minds. Now Bob Miller-with his 30-plus years' experience teaching it-presents high school calculus in a clear, humorous, and engaging way.
About the Author
Bob Miller (East Brunswick, NJ) has been a lecturer in Mathematics at City College of New York, a branch of the City University of New York, for more than twenty-eight years.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Beginning--Limits
Chapter 3: Curve Sketching Made Easy
Chapter 5: Integral Applications
Chapter 7: Logarithms
Chapter 9: Shorter Integrals
Chapter 11: What You Should Know From Before to Do the Next
Chapter 13: Second Odds and Ends