The first modern calculus primer, Calculus Made Easy (first published in 1965 and translated into 12 languages), has long been the most popular book of its kind. Now, this major revision of the classic text makes the subject at hand even more comprehensible to readers of all levels.

If you have always loved math and want to be able to enjoy calculus but were afraid it would be too hard, then this book is for you. Calculus Made Easy is tailored to the needs of older students or adults who want to continue their math education, but don’t understand abstract concepts like limits or derivatives.

Calculus Made Easy has long been the most popular calculus primer, and this major revision of the classic math text makes the subject at hand still more comprehensible to readers of all levels. With a new introduction, three new chapters, modernized language and methods throughout, and an appendix of challenging and enjoyable practice problems, Calculus Made Easy has been thoroughly updated for the modern reader.

Front Matter
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To Deliver You From The Preliminary Terrors
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Pages 1-2
On Different Degrees of Smallness
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Pages 3-7
On Relative Growings
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Pages 8-14
Simplest Cases
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Pages 15-21
Next Stage. What to do with Constants
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Pages 22-29
Sums, Differences, Products, and Quotients
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Pages 30-41
Successive Differentiation
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Pages 42-44
When Time Varies
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Pages 45-50
Introducing a Useful Dodge
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Pages 57-64
Geometrical Meaning of Differentiation
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Pages 65-77
Maxima and Minima
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Pages 78-92
Curvature of Curves
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Pages 93-99
Other Useful Dodges Partial Fractions
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Pages 100-110
On True Compound Interest and the Law of Organic Growth
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Pages 111-136
How to Deal with Sines And Cosines
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Pages 137-145
Partial Differentiation
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Pages 146-151
Integration
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Pages 152-158
Integrating as the Reverse of Differentiating
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Pages 159-171
On Finding Areas by Integrating
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Pages 172-187

Dodges, Pitfalls, and Triumphs
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Pages 188-194
Finding Solutions
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Pages 195-207
A Little More About Curvature of Curves
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Pages 208-221
How to Find the Length of an Arc on a Curve
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Pages 222-235
Back Matter
Pages 236-251