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by Tom M. Apostol

  • ISBN: 997151396X
  • Author: Tom M. Apostol
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  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: TBS; 2nd Edition; international Reprint edition (1967)
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Perhaps my love of this text is because I was one of those students who only wanted to know how to use a derivative or integral to solve a physical problem when I took my first calculus class in 1973.

Perhaps my love of this text is because I was one of those students who only wanted to know how to use a derivative or integral to solve a physical problem when I took my first calculus class in 1973. Years later when I was visiting MIT looking for economic texts, I came across Calculus by Apostol and after briefly skimming the index, decided to purchase it. It was three years later that I actually began studying the material in the text and honestly, I felt as though blinders had been removed from my eyes.

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The last third of Volume 1 introduces linear algebra with applications to geometry and analysis.

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Calculus, Volume 1 book

Calculus, Volume 1 book. Integration is treated before is a departure from most modern texts, but it is historically correct, and it is the best way to establish the true connection between the integral and the derivative.

While treating the calculus as a deductive science, the book does not neglect applications to physical problems.

VOLUME 1. One-Variable Calculus, with an. Introduction to Linear Algebra. While treating the calculus as a deductive science, the book does not neglect applications to physical problems.

An introduction to the calculus, with an excellent balance between theory and technique. Integration is treated before differentiation - this is a departure from most modern texts, but it is historically correct, and it is the best way to establish the true connection between the integral and the derivative. Proofs of all the important theorems are given, generally preceded by geometric or intuitive discussion.

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Volume II, in a volume sold separately, presents multi-variable calculus and linear algebra, with applications to differential equations and probability. APOSTOL, Emeritus Professor at the California Institute of Technology, is the author of several highly regarded texts on calculus, analysis, and number theory, and is Director of Project MATHEMATICS!, a series of computer-animated mathematics videotapes. Customers who bought this item also bought.

Comments (7)

Wenaiand
Great classic, I used this for review (it's easy to forget if you're not using it often), so I'm not sure my opinion is good for someone learning the material for the first time. Integrals are treated first, which threw me off a bit, I think most texts cover derivatives first these days.
Doomwarden
I'm not really a lover of math. Mostly I'm a Physics teacher (who uses math). Due to some quirks of the schedule, I've been asked to teach Calculus for the past 2 years. This is definitely not a high school book, but I'm using it in high school. Surprisingly, it's working out far better than the official book that belongs to the school. The reason is that it's a really good book.

The book has several strengths. The first is that it is readable (for a math book). I have caught myself reading it when I should be preparing lessons. Rather than a stream of examples, the author takes time to explain the theory, the proofs, and the basic concepts. The second strength is that the author is thorough. Theorems are proven and the reader can truly see why we do the things we do in Calculus. Rather than just give a list of integration techniques, the reader sees where they come from. The final big strength is organization.

This book is organized differently from the typical text. The author begins with integration, switches to derivatives, and then back to integration. I realized that this was a good idea, especially in my situation. If I get through the first few chapters, I'll have covered the basic concepts of integration and derivatives. If I go further, I'll have covered many of the advanced techniques. I'm not certain why he chose this order, but it works well for me and, apparently, it is historical. (In high school I don't use the latter half of the book. I essentially cover Calculus I over a full year.)

The obvious question is why I chose this as a high school book. As I noted, I was not satisfied with the "official" text, so I sought a cheap alternative. I was able to pick up almost enough copies of this book in a cheap used version for my class. It was acceptable because of the strengths I mentioned. I've had to skip topics and simplify topics for my high school students, but the difference I'm seeing, so far, is night and day. These students are far less frustrated than last year and they're understanding the material far better. It's likely my teaching has improved, but I have to give most of the credit to this textbook. It is something special when high school students can understand an advanced college book.

Ideally, I would love to find a high school version of this book. It is a great book!
Kelerius
The negative review is caused only by the bad ink used in this print.
I have not read the whole book and it is probably as good as others have said.
The print in the books that I received however is very bad. It leaves a smudge on my fingers
when touching the text. The ink and paper reminds me of a newspaper. I have not seen this in any book that I own. I do not expect books to have the most expensive paper and ink but at least the ink should not leave a smudge every time you touch the page.
For this reason I recommend that you purchase a different copy - not these ones, printed in India.

Paperback
Publisher: Wiley India; 2 edition (2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 8126515198
ISBN-13: 978-8126515196
Quendant
this book is small and poorly printed. if you can, buy the hardcover as this book is quite good besides.
Kanal
The print quality is very poor as you can see the text on the other side of the page very easily. Also what the cover image doesn't show is the restricted label saying "FOR SALE ONLY IN INDIA, BANGLADESH, NAPAL, PAKISTAN, SRILANKA & BHUTAN"
Mallador
This book is for the serious students of Engineering that want to develop and appreciate fine mathematical development without going into real analysis. This book is the striking balance between more applied and highly rigorous approach.
I would strongly suggest this book to the graduate engineering students as a reference for there all calculus needs-believe me you will need it.
Mazuzahn
It looks fine. Just as it :-(
Rigorous and excellent.

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