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by Elliott Mendelson


3,000 Solved Problems is an OK book but be cautioned that it is a bit dated now. It was last updated in 1988 and Calculus teaching has changed a bit over the years. The explanations are good (if a little cramped).

3,000 Solved Problems is an OK book but be cautioned that it is a bit dated now. This book, along with the others in the "3000 Solved Problems" series, are wonderful. I needed calculus as a prerequisite for some science courses I wanted to take, although I never took a calculus course. I spent months going through various books, along with MIT's OCW video series, teaching myself. There are good sections on some of the more advanced topics (polar coordinates, vectors, 3 dimensions) but I think too little on parametric equations.

SCHAUM'S OUTLINE OF 3000 SOLVED PROBLEMS IN Calculus Elliot Mendelson, P. Where such designa- tions appear in this book, they have been printed with initial caps

SCHAUM'S OUTLINE OF 3000 SOLVED PROBLEMS IN Calculus Elliot Mendelson, P. Where such designa- tions appear in this book, they have been printed with initial caps.

by. Elliott Mendelson. Schaum Outline, McGraw-Hill, 3000 Solved Problems In Calculus.

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Offers you 3,000 solved problems covering various areas of calculus Elliott Mendelson taught mathematics at Queens College of the City University for more than 30 years, and is the author of books on logic.

Offers you 3,000 solved problems covering various areas of calculus. Elliott Mendelson taught mathematics at Queens College of the City University for more than 30 years, and is the author of books on logic, philosophy of mathematics, calculus, game theory and mathematical analysis.

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Blackstalker
This book provides no theoretical material or explanations, only solved problems. So you can't learn calculus from it. But it is an excellent supplement to a course, giving you lots and lots of practice, and if you ask me, practice is even more important than learning the original concepts. If you just learn a new topic, do a few exercises, and then move on, you will almost certainly run into trouble later (I sure did). This book helps to reinforce and deepen your understanding.

The Kindle version has just a few display problems, nothing serious. There are, however, some errors in the book. Some are fairly easy to spot, others not so easy.

Some of the problems can be rather annoying. For one problem, you were expected to factor out a quite large polynomial, and that can be really tedious and time consuming. There were a few other cases where I decided that I wouldn't force myself to go through all of the tedium. Also, in some cases, the "solved" problem isn't always that clear on just what happened from one step to another. Several algebraic simplifications can happen at once. So it can take some time to understand what was done, and why it was valid. Finally, there are many problems that aren't normal problems, but rather a form of proof, asking you to derive a formula, given a set of criteria. These can be the hardest of all, but I also think they're some of the most valuable.

I went through nearly all 50+ problems in chapter 8 (on derivatives) and by the time I was finished (which took quite a while), I was much better at tackling new derivatives. My advice is to read through the exercises, one by one, at least once, and then go back and do them on paper yourself. If you get one wrong or get stuck, mark it and move on, then go back and read it again, and keep repeating until you can zip through them all without problems.
Winasana
Some of the answers are impossible to read on the Kindle version as the math doesn't expand easily.

Only on IOS can I expand any of them (with repeated tapping until it stops trying to put me into whatever that mode is that lets you quickly scroll through pages). But even then, with the little bit of math expanded, it's still hard to work with especially for the more involved answers.

That's on IOS, but on Kindle for the PC, it's hopeless. Can't see the math at all and there's no way that I can find to expand it so I can see it. Lots of options to make the font bigger in the book, but no option to open up each little math window to see the math. No zoom in like you can with PDFs.

I don't know why this book is being advertised as an E-textbook.
Gralsa
3,000 Solved Problems is an OK book but be cautioned that it is a bit dated now. It was last updated in 1988 and Calculus teaching has changed a bit over the years. The explanations are good (if a little cramped). There are good sections on some of the more advanced topics (polar coordinates, vectors, 3 dimensions) but I think too little on parametric equations. There are some errors; one of my 14 year-old-students found two of them today. There is no tie-in to the use of calculators. It isn't aligned at all to current AP tests. Logistic growth is not covered. It is quite handy for the many topics it covers, if you don't mind the limitations.
Tegore
I used to tell my students that they didn't really know calculus if they couldn't do the problems. This book has provides as much practice in solving calculus problems as you could want. However, the Kindle version suffers from poor OCR. Text like "integra1" instead of integral is annoying, but text like "when |x| r" when it should be "when |x| < r" is a serious problem. Unfortunately, problems like that show up every dozen problems.
5 stars for the actual book, 1 star for the Kindle-ization.
Blacknight
This review is for the Kindle version. All of the equations in the book so far are missing the "=" sign which is truly annoying. It makes me wonder if other symbols may be missing, so it's really completely useless.
Bev
This book, along with the others in the "3000 Solved Problems" series, are wonderful. I needed calculus as a prerequisite for some science courses I wanted to take, although I never took a calculus course. I spent months going through various books, along with MIT's OCW video series, teaching myself. I had a pretty good foundation of the concepts, but eventually realized that I needed to solved a LOT of problems in order to realize the various applications of those concepts.

Calculus, along with other quantitative subjects (chemistry, physics), has relatively few concepts but unlimited applications. This book will very quickly show you many of those applications and improve your problem solving skills.

After working with this book for a week or two, I felt that my skills had improved more than with any other book I had used. Shortly thereafter, I took the Calculus CLEP course and scored a near perfect score. I credit that to this book. If you want to do well in calculus, get this book, a large stack of notebook paper, some sharp pencils, and a lot of time. You will succeed.
3,000 Solved Problems in Calculus ebook
Author:
Elliott Mendelson
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