Power of Calculus ePub download
by Kenneth Lee Whipkey,Mary Nell Whipkey
- ISBN: 0471937819
- ISBN13: 978-0471937814
- ePub: 1922 kb | FB2: 1532 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Mathematics
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc; 2nd edition (March 12, 1975)
- Pages: 370
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 291
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by Kenneth L. Whipkey. Published 1972 by Wiley in New York. QA303 W47. The Physical Object.
Whipkey, Kenneth Lee, Whipkey, Mary Nell. Published by John Wiley & Sons Inc (1975)
Whipkey, Kenneth Lee, Whipkey, Mary Nell. Published by John Wiley & Sons Inc (1975). ISBN 10: 0471937819 ISBN 13: 9780471937814.
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by Kenneth Lee Whipkey and Mary Nell Whipkey. Although no longer in print, The Power of Calculus is an excellent introduction to the calculus of a single variable. The book was primarily written for business or general-science students and provides a one-semester introduction to basic calculus that covers limits, derivities, derivitive applications, integration, integration applications, and partial derivitives (yes, the final chapter takes a peak at multi-variable calculus). What I liked about the book when I taught from it many years ago is that it was a nice healthy blend of visual intuition and traditional mathematical rigor.
Kenneth L. Whipkey, Mary Nell Whipkey. Limits, Derivatives, and Continuity. Differentiation Techniques.
Kenneth Whipkey, born 1907 Kenneth Whipkey 1907 West Virginia. Kenneth Whipkey was born on month day 1907, at birth place, West Virginia, to Philip David Whipkey and Mary Dame Dory Whipkey (born Kight). Philip was born in February 1864, in Marshall, West Virginia. Mary was born on January 17 1866, in Calhoun, West Virginia. Kenneth had 4 siblings: Isaac Scott Whipkey and 3 other siblings. Kenneth married Gladys Whipkey (born Kelley).