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## by Jon Rogawski

Jon Rogawski received his undergraduate degree (and simultaneously a master's degree in mathematics) at Yale, and a P.

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Jon Rogawski received his undergraduate degree (and simultaneously a master's degree in mathematics) at Yale, and a P. in mathematics from Princeton University, where he studied under Robert Langlands.

About Jon Rogawski Jon Rogawski received his undergraduate degree (and simultaneously a master's degree in mathematics) at Yale, and a P. in mathematics from Princeton University, where he studied under Robert Langlands

About Jon Rogawski Jon Rogawski received his undergraduate degree (and simultaneously a master's degree in mathematics) at Yale, and a P.

Jon Rogawski received his undergraduate and master’s degrees in mathematics si- multaneously from Yale .

Jon Rogawski received his undergraduate and master’s degrees in mathematics si- multaneously from Yale University, and he earned his PhD in mathematics from Princeton University, where he studied under Robert Langlands.

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Here was a book for which I already had great respect. Jon’s vision of what a calculus book should be fit very closely with my own. Jon believed that as math teachers, how we say it is as important as what we say. Rogawski engages students while reinforcing the relevance of calculus to their lives and future studies. Precise mathematics, vivid examples, colorful graphics, intuitive explanations, and extraordinary problem sets all work together to help students grasp a deeper understanding of calculus.

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The Positives:

The problems in the text book are pretty well organized. Some problems just focus on the mechanics to give you practice applying a typical calculation, such as finding the derivative of a curve. Other problems focus more on conceptual understanding (which I like). The problems scale in difficulty as you complete the chapter exercises. Another plus.

The Negatives: (why I gave 1 star)

The author seems to have forgotten that the people reading this book are in college and are learning this information. Many are seeing it for the first time. Most college courses are taught by a TA and are about 50 minutes a few days a week. So the TA does not have the luxury of expanding and spending 20 minutes to explain one idea. So we are reliant on our text book for that. Unfortunately, the author provides the simplest of examples, skips lots of steps while arriving at the answer, and doesn't really walk you through the problem-solving approach required. So you see this simple example, which after going through a few times you can understand, then you are turned to the chapter exercises. The exercises ramp up instantly in difficulty and you are left struggling to solve the problems. The odd problems are usually completely different than the evens, so you can't even look at one of the odds for guidance. If you are lucky to find one that might help you solve a problem, you turn to the back of the book to find you only have the answer and not the solution. I am aware a solution manual exists, but even that is questionable and incomplete.
Zorve
This book is in depth and very thorough, I'll give it that, but it's explanations are very cofusing and not in plain English, just like most calculus books. I'm very good at math, and this book (along with the high school textbook I used) didn't help me at all. They just gave me a referrence for equations that I needed to remember. My calculus professor did a much better job of skipping the barely applicable theory and notation and jumped right to the actual problems of calculus - how to derive equations, solve integrals, etc. This book is only useful if you want to understand every little precise detail of calculus and how the mathematicians really discovered it. Most people, even people majoring in math like me, don't care about that - they want to know the process but ALSO the end result. Two stars for being in-depth and giving me useful equations, but none for clearly explaining calculus concepts.

They should have put simple derivation rules in bold or something to highlight the quick way to understand the fundamental theories in calculus (Note I didn't say fundamental theorEMS - though that would have been helpful too.)
Malann
In general, are calculus books easy to read? I don't think so. I've found that the ones that are easy to read don't have that mathematical rigor needed for building a good foundation which this book does have. In general the book gets that job done, its not to real hard to read, it has good examples, what more would you want. I really have nothing bad to say about the book. The only thing keeping it from getting 5 stars, because I didn't finish it and say "WOW!" Calculus is a difficult topic and I yet to find a book that was so illuminating that I felt I could learn straight from the text without showing up to class. So in relation to other books I have read, yes it is a 5 star book.
Coiwield
Another nice book on calculus for AP course and college introductory course. Author presents the concepts and proofs clearly, rigorously but in easy to understand way. Good price. Fast shipping and delivery.
Uylo
So dry and fairly useless. I should have waited till after talking with classmates. None of us got use out of it. We all had to use WebAssign. A dreadful exercise in frustration which made me realize that there's far worse programs than ALEKS out there.
Armin
There are always gripes about splendid calculus books. I bought this one because I found homework assignments for it online, for a Rutgers course called Calculus for Scientists and Engineers. That is my speed because I majored in math nearly 50 years ago, became otherwise employed, and eveentually forgot my math.

If you have problems with this book, then either you are not up to its challenges and need a lesser book,or your teacher's presentation of it doesn't support your needs.
great ant
For an intro to Calculus book, the layout and choices of examples are not helpful to beginning Calculus students. Text often runs one paragraph into the next; not cohesive.

Frankly, I much prefer my Thomas' edition Calculus. And I have a lot of semesters of Calculus and Physics to get through.

These authors need to realize they are teaching the building blocks of Calculus and upper-level math, and teach just as if they themselves were just beginning students. The first few chapters of this book, it's like they are teaching PhD Math students. Students have to start somewhere.
Given that Jon Rogawski died 5 years before this was published, I'd say it's a pretty obvious scam meant to corner students into paying outrageous prices for nothing. Immoral and atrociously evil.
Author:
Jon Rogawski
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Mathematics
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EPUB size:
1937 kb
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Publisher:
W. H. Freeman; First Edition edition (January 19, 2007)
Pages:
1050 pages
Rating:
4.7
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