This book seeks to prepare students to succeed in calculus. Axler explores the necessary topics that they’ll need in greater detail, with straightforward definitions and examples of complex concepts. Step-by-step solutions for odd-numbered exercises are also included so students can model their own applications of what they’ve learned. In addition, chapter openers and end-of-chapter summaries highlight the material to be learned.
The Real Numbers | Functions and Their Graphs | Linear, Quadratic, Polynomial, and Rational Functions | Exponents and Logarithms | Area, e, and the Natural Logarithm | Trigonometric Functions | Applications of Trigonometry | Sequences, Series, and Limits
, Calculus and Analysis