Advanced Calculus Demystified 1st Edition Pdf

Interested in going further in calculus but don’t where to begin? No problem! With Advanced Calculus Demystified, there’s no limit to how much you will learn. Beginning with an overview of functions of multiple variables and their graphs, this book covers the fundamentals, without spending too much time on rigorous proofs. Then you will move through more complex topics including partial derivatives, multiple integrals, parameterizations, vectors, and gradients, so you’ll be able to solve difficult problems with ease. And, you can test yourself at the end of every chapter for calculated proof that you’re mastering this subject, which is the gateway to many exciting areas of mathematics, science, and engineering.

Stumped trying to understand calculus? Calculus Demystified, Second Edition, will help you master this essential mathematical subject.

Written in a step-by-step format, this practical guide begins by covering the basics–number systems, coordinates, sets, and functions. You’ll move on to limits, derivatives, integrals, and indeterminate forms. Transcendental functions, methods of integration, and applications of the integral are also covered. Clear examples, concise explanations, and worked problems make it easy to understand the material, and end-of-chapter quizzes and a final exam help reinforce key concepts.

It’s a no-brainer! You’ll get:

Applications of the derivative and the integral
Rules of integration
Coverage of improper integrals
An explanation of calculus with logarithmic and exponential functions
Details on calculation of work, averages, arc length, and surface area
Simple enough for a beginner, but challenging enough for an advanced student, Calculus Demystified, Second Edition, is one book you won’t want to function without!

Steven G. Krantz is Chairman of the Mathematics Department at Washington University in St. Louis. An award-winning teacher and author, Dr. Krantz has written more than 30 books on mathematics, including Calculus DeMYSTiFieD, and Differential Equations DeMYSTiFieD. He is the former Deputy Director at the American Institute of Mathematics.