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Nitecki, Zbigniew - Calculus Deconstructed - 9780883857564 - V9780883857564
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Calculus Deconstructed

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Description for Calculus Deconstructed Hardcover. A thorough and mathematically rigorous exposition of single-variable calculus for readers with some previous experience of calculus techniques. Series: Mathematical Association of America Textbooks. Num Pages: 508 pages, illustrations. BIC Classification: PBK. Category: (U) Tertiary Education (US: College). Dimension: 247 x 170 x 31. Weight in Grams: 1030.
This book serves as a textbook for an undergraduate calculus course. It is written for readers with some previous exposure to the techniques of calculus who would like to see the subject in a conceptual framework. The book combines a review of methods of single-variable calculus with a mathematically rigorous development of their justification. No previous experience with mathematical proof is assumed: rhetorical strategies and techniques of proof are introduced by example along the way. Between the text and the exercises, proofs are available for all the basic results of calculus for functions of one real variable. Exercises include Practice ... Read more

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About Nitecki, Zbigniew
Zbigniew Nitecki is a Professor of Mathematics at Tufts University, where he has been since 1972. Previously he was a Gibbs Instructor at Yale (1969-71) and Assistant Professor at CCNY (1971-2). He is a contributing editor for Real Analysis Exchange and an associate editor for Qualitative Theory of Dynamical Systems. His research interests are primarily in dynamical systems theory and ... Read more

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The introduction of a calculus sequence to the high schools has necessitated the development of a course in college math programs to deal with the students that have taken the high school sequence when they arrive on campus. While some of the students coming out of the high school programs are mathematically very capable, many are weak and are not ... Read more

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