Author(s): Paul Tsopméné
The most important way to learn calculus is through problem-solving. While going through the solution to a problem, students are often faced with several issues. They may not see the connection between the concept taught in class and the solution. Others may not understand the solution because a step is missing or there are insufficient explanations. Or because they have weak algebra skills. The main goal of this exercise book is to address these issues to help students learn the material more efficiently and get better results. The book contains problems with very detailed solutions, and it is self-contained, as the summary for every concept is provided.
Mathematics and Statistics
Irving K. Barber School Sciences
Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
Undergraduate Lower Division, Faculty
UBCO MATH 142 001
Calculus, Integral Calculus, Exercise Book