Calculusby Stewart, James
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Success in your calculus course starts here! James Stewart's CALCULUS texts are world-wide best-sellers for a reason: they are clear, accurate, and filled with relevant, real-world examples. With CALCULUS, Sixth Edition, Stewart conveys not only the utility of calculus to help you develop technical competence, but also gives you an appreciation for the intrinsic beauty of the subject. His patient examples and built-in learning aids will help you build your mathematical confidence and achieve your goals in the course!
Table of Contents
|Functions and Models|
|Four Ways to Represent a Function|
|Mathematical Models: A Catalog of Essential Functions|
|New Functions from Old Functions|
|Graphing Calculators and Computers|
|Principles of Problem Solving|
|The Tangent and Velocity Problems|
|The Limit of a Function|
|Calculating Limits Using the Limit Laws|
|The Precise Definition of a Limit|
|Derivatives and Rates of Change|
|Writing Project: Early Methods for Finding Tangents|
|The Derivative as a Function|
|Applied Project: Building a Better Roller Coaster|
|Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions|
|The Chain Rule|
|Applied Project: Where Should a Pilot Start Descent?|
|Rates of Change in the Natural and Social Sciences|
|Linear Approximations and Differentials|
|Laboratory Project: Taylor Polynomials|
|Applications of Differentiation|
|Maximum and Minimum Values|
|Applied Project: The Calculus of Rainbows|
|The Mean Value Theorem|
|How Derivatives Affect the Shape of a Graph|
|Limits at Infinity|
|Summary of Curve Sketching|
|Graphing with Calculus and Calculators|
|Applied Project: The Shape of a Can|
|Areas and Distances|
|The Definite Integral|
|Discovery Project: Area Functions|
|The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus|
|Indefinite Integrals and the Net Change|
|Writing Project: Newton, Leibniz, and the Invention of Calculus|
|The Substitution Rule|
|Applications of Integration|
|Areas between Curves|
|Volumes by Cylindrical Shells|
|Average Value of a Function|
|Inverse Functions: Exponential, Logarithmic, and Inverse Trigonometric Functions|
|(Instructors may cover either Sections 7.2? 7.4 or Sections 7.2*?7.4*)|
|Exponential Functions and Their Derivatives|
|Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions|
|The Natural Logarithmic Function|
|The Natural Exponential Function|
|General Logarithmic and Exponential Functions|
|Exponential Growth and Decay|
|Inverse Trigonometric Functions|
|Applied Project: Where to Sit at the Movies|
|Indeterminate Forms and L'Hospital's Rule|
|Writing Project: The Origins of L'Hospital's Rule|
|Techniques of Integration|
|Integration by Parts|
|Integration of Rational Functions by Partial Fractions|
|Strategy for Integration|
|Integration Using Tables and Computer Algebra Systems|
|Discovery Project: Patterns in Integrals|
|Further Applications of Integration|
|Discovery Project: Arc Length Contest|
|Area of a Surface of Revolution|
|Discovery Project: Rotating on a Slant|
|Applications to Physics and Engineering|
|Discovery Project: Complementary Coffee Cups|
|Applications to Economics and Biology|
|Modeling with Differential Equations|
|Direction Fields and Euler's Method|
|Applied Project: Which is Faster, Going Up or Coming Down? Models for Population Growth|
|Applied Project: Calculus|
|Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates|
|Curves Defined by Parametric Equations|
|Laboratory Project: Families of Hypocycloids|
|Calculus with Parametric Curves|
|Laboratory Project: Bezier Curves|
|Areas and Lengths in Polar Coordinates|
|Conic Sections in Polar Coordinates|
|Infinite Sequences and Series|
|Laboratory Project: Logistic Sequences|
|The Integral Test and Estimates of Sums|
|The Comparison Tests|
|Absolute Convergence and the Ratio and Root Tests|
|Strategy for Testing Series|
|Representation of Functions as Power Series|
|Taylor and Maclaurin Series|
|Writing Project: How Newton Discovered the Binomial Series|
|Applications of Taylor Polynomials|
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