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The Calculus Direct: An intuitively Obvious Approach to a Basic Understanding of the Calculus for the Casual Observer (English Edition) von [Weiss, John]
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This book takes no prior knowledge of mathematics for granted as it takes the student slowly and surely from addition all the way to a basic understanding of the calculus in the least painful and most efficient path possible. The calculus is not a hard subject and I prove this through an easy to read and obvious approach spanning only 100 pages. I have written this book with the following type of student in mind; the non-traditional student returning to college after a long break, a notoriously weak student in math who just needs to get past calculus to obtain a degree, and the garage tinkerer who wishes to understand a little more about the technical subjects.

This book is meant to address the many fundamental thought-blocks that keep the average 'mathaphobe' (or just an interested person who doesn't have the time to enroll in a course) from excelling in mathematics in a clear and concise manner. It is my sincerest hope that this book helps you with your needs.

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HASH(0x8c67e5a0) von 5 Sternen I want my college time and money back 29. Oktober 2010
Von Ivy Reisner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I spent so many hundreds of dollars, and uncountable hours, trying to learn calculus in college. Total rip off. All I really needed was this $3 book and maybe a week of quality reading time. I'm at the halfway point and I already know more than all those college classes were able to teach me. I feel comfortable with math, something I never thought would happen.

If you're a student, buy this.

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If you want to try again to master the math that was so bewildering in college, buy this.

If you just want an interesting and engaging read, buy this.

If you're a mathematical genius who does anti-derivates to lull yourself to sleep at night, you can give it a skip.

BEST MATH BOOK EVER!!!
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HASH(0x8c67e7ec) von 5 Sternen Graphics destroyed the usefulness of a good book. 12. Mai 2010
Von St Maus - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The text is very clear and well written.
The price is very reasonable.
The graphics are completely illegible on a Kindle2. This problem has presented itself on many other potentially useful books on the Kindle format. Many times the image is just pasted in without any regard for resolution. Please! make the graphics to suit the device so that the book can be enjoyed the way it was intended.
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HASH(0x8c67e7b0) von 5 Sternen A great start 8. März 2011
Von Reader Joe - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book does what it promises , it is not for advanced learners , it is meant for people with little or no background in calculus. It has very few problem sets and does not cover topics like Maxima or Minima, but the purpose of the book is to make you understand what Calculus does and it does a very good job of it. It holds your hand and gently explains what essentially you are doing when you do differentiation or integration conceptually. Which is very critical for clarity and once you have understood this basic you will be willing to go ahead and read a more advanced text on the subject with little fear and more understanding. Even you don't you well have gained a basic understanding of the concepts but my guess is you will !
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HASH(0x8c67eaa4) von 5 Sternen Blinding Glimpse of the Obvious 30. März 2011
Von Stephen L. Mcconnell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very seldom does have I read a book on Mathematics that treats its subject so well. From the start, covering the why of arithmetic to the excellent explanation of Integration by Partial Fractions to the end, where the author presents Applications of Calculus, the book is easy to read, easy to understand and doesn't treat any subject trivially. While there are no rigorous proofs in this book, it does present the "WHY" of what you are learning and sets one up to go out and find or perform the proofs if you want to.

I have a good background in Calculus, but it was a struggle to learn initially. Because of this, I appreciate an excellent explanation of the subject. I read this book in an evening, and came away with an even BETTER understanding an appreciation of the beauty of Calculus.

And finally, a statement one doesn't hear too much about Mathematics books, it leaves you wanting MORE by the same author.

Excellent.
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HASH(0x8c67eb04) von 5 Sternen The way math should be taught the first time 2. Juli 2011
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This is a book that takes you from addition to calculus in just a few chapters. The author demonstrates how concepts are built upon each other such that the relationship between addition and multiplication and between multiplication and exponents seems intuitive. This way of presenting the material made much more sense to me then the rote memorization I was taught in school. I definitely recommend this book to anyone interested in calculus. Especially for young people who haven't reached the calculus level yet, this would provide great foundation for what you will learn in school.
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