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         Calculus:     more books (100)
  1. Multivariable Calculus (Stewart's Calculus Series) by James Stewart, 2007-06-12
  2. Calculus Essentials For Dummies (For Dummies (Math & Science)) by Mark Ryan, 2010-05-17
  3. Calculus (With Analytic Geometry)(8th edition) by Ron Larson, Robert P. Hostetler, et all 2005-01-11
  4. Stochastic Calculus for Finance I: The Binomial Asset Pricing Model (Springer Finance) (Volume 0) by Steven E. Shreve, 2005-06-28
  5. Calculus of Variations by I. M. Gelfand, S. V. Fomin, 2000-10-16
  6. Pre-Calculus For Dummies by Krystle Rose Forseth, Christopher Burger, et all 2008-04-07
  7. Study Guide for Stewart's Single Variable Calculus, 6th by Richard St. Andre, 2007-05-23
  8. Be Prepared for the AP Calculus Exam by Mark Howell, Martha Montgomery, 2004-12-15
  9. Calculus by Ron Larson, 2000-11
  10. Precalculus: Mathematics for Calculus, Enhanced Review Edition (with CD-ROM and iLrn? Printed Access Card) by James Stewart, Lothar Redlin, et all 2007-02-05
  11. Calculus: Concepts and Contexts (Stewart's Calculus Series) by James Stewart, 2009-03-09
  12. Homework Helpers: Pre-Calculus by Denise, Ph.D. Szecsei, 2007-05-30
  13. Schaum's Outline of Advanced Calculus, Third Edition (Schaum's Outline Series) by Robert Wrede, Murray Spiegel, 2010-01-25
  14. Quick Calculus: A Self-Teaching Guide, 2nd Edition by Daniel Kleppner, Norman Ramsey, 1985-10-28

41. Calculus History
The main ideas of calculus developed over a very long period of time. Read about some of the mathematici Category Kids and Teens School Time Math calculus......A history of the calculus. The main ideas which underpin the calculusdeveloped over a very long period of time indeed. The first
A history of the calculus
Analysis index History Topics Index
The main ideas which underpin the calculus developed over a very long period of time indeed. The first steps were taken by Greek mathematicians. To the Greeks numbers were ratios of integers so the number line had "holes" in it. They got round this difficulty by using lengths, areas and volumes in addition to numbers for, to the Greeks, not all lengths were numbers. Zeno of Elea , about 450 BC, gave a number of problems which were based on the infinite. For example he argued that motion is impossible:- If a body moves from A to B then before it reaches B it passes through the mid-point, say B of AB . Now to move to B it must first reach the mid-point B of AB . Continue this argument to see that A must move through an infinite number of distances and so cannot move. Leucippus Democritus and Antiphon all made contributions to the Greek method of exhaustion which was put on a scientific basis by Eudoxus about 370 BC. The method of exhaustion is so called because
one thinks of the areas measured expanding so that they account for more and more of the required area.

42. Automatic Calculus And Polynomials
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43. Interactive Learning In Calculus And Differential Equations With Applications
A classroom learning environment based on Mathematics notebooks.Category Science Math calculus......Interactive Learning in calculus and Differential Equations with Applications.Click on this picture for a description of how it was generated.
Interactive Learning in Calculus and Differential Equations with Applications
Click on this picture for a description of how it was generated. The Mathematics Department at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) established a computerized learning environment, consisting of a classroom with 31 Macintosh Centris 650s and a laboratory with 12 Macintosh LCs, all equipped with Mathematica . Mathematica's notebook feature enables science students to actively learn calculus and differential equations with guided discovery and exploration. The project was funded through a National Science Foundation Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement grant, number DUE-9351896. IUP's project has several significant attributes.
  • The Mathematics Department is fully implementing this curriculum in all sections of its science calculus sequence and in the two-semester differential equations sequence.
  • Eleven faculty, comprising approximately one third of IUP's mathematics faculty, are coinvestigators.
  • The curricular revisions are being coordinated with the science departments at IUP, who are also integrating active learning and technology in their courses. This collaboration, based on common pedagogical goals and software, will bring more scientific applications into mathematics courses and strengthen the use of mathematics in science courses.
  • All students in the Mathematics Department are involved. Mathematics and Applied Mathematics majors are required to take Differential Equations, and Mathematics Education majors have a unit devoted to the project in the teacher preparation course, Computers and Calculators in Secondary Mathematics.

44. The Coq Proof Assistant
Allows the user to handle calculus assertions, to check mechanically proofs of these assertions, helps to find formal proofs, extracts a certified program from the constructive proof of its formal specification.

45. I Love Calculus
Okay, I admit it. I LOVE. calculus! AND. It's Fun,. AND. It's a Challenge.calculus LINKS So Hot they'll Make Your T-1 Line Sizzle.
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Calculus LINKS- So Hot they'll Make Your T-1 Line Sizzle Volume Functions A Maximization Problem Calc 101 Automatic Calculus Solutions From Kentridge High School Interactive Calculus - Teachers can write Ron Larson for a free subscription. AP Calculus from the College Board Physics and Calculus Problems of the Week Finite Mathematics and Applied Calculus Resource Page Alvirne HS Problem of the Week A gold mine of current and archived problems Visual Calculus Dave Slomer's Calcu Page The Rental Car Problem from CCP Mr. Calculus The rise of calculus For the history buffs among us AP Calculus on the Web from Sandy Ray First Semester Calculus The Continuity-Differentiability Issue The Calculus Hater's Homepage The other side heard from (poor fellow) Karl's Calculus Tutor Lots of information AP Distance-Learning Project Dr. Papa's Course at Rice U. complete with exams Integral Calc Exam from U of Pitt Differentiation Problems from U of Pitt Integration Problems Same Place CalculusQuest Learning Calculus A How-To-Be-Successful List of Tips The MATHMAN Something about teaching Calculus to 7 year olds Dr. Sloane's Calculus 1

46. Shreve
Notes in probability theory prepared by Prasad Chalasani and Somesh Jha, with a strong bias towards financial modeling and option pricing.
Steven Shreve 's Lectures on
Stochastic Calculus and Finance

Prepared by Prasad Chalasani and Somesh Jha New Risk Waters Course: Stochastic Calculus for Derivatives: Frankfurt/London/New York, March 2003 In the table of contents below, click on a chapter name to down-load that chapter (Postscript).
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Table of contents
Probability Theory
  • Binomial asset pricing Finite probability spaces Lebesgue measure, lebesgue integral General probability spaces Independence
Conditional Expectation
  • Binomial model for stock prices Information Conditional expectation Martingales
Arbitrage Pricing
  • Binomial pricing General one-step APT Risk-neutral probability measure, portfolio process Simple European derivative securities Completeness of binomial model
Markov Property
  • Binomial model pricing and hedging Computational issues Markov processes Showing that a process is Markov Applications to exotic options
Stopping times, American Options

47. Index
The 2001 LMS Lectures by Thomas Goodwillie. University of Aberdeen, Scotland; 1823 June 2001.
LONDON MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY INVITED LECTURE SERIES Calculus of Functors THOMAS GOODWILLIE 18 - 23 JUNE 2001 Research Centre in Topology and Related Areas
Department of Mathematical Sciences

University of Aberdeen
The 2001 LMS Lectures will be given in Aberdeen. This series is held annually: a single speaker gives a course of about 10 expository lectures, examining an important topic in depth, over a five day period. In the 2001 program in Aberdeen there will be two lectures every morning. An associated afternoon programme will be arranged by G. Arone and M. Weiss. The lecture notes will be published in one of the LMS venues. All mathematicians interested in the topic are welcome to attend the lectures. Limited funds are available to support participants. Priority for financial support will be given to research students and mathematicians who would benefit from attending the lectures, but who would otherwise be prevented from attending by financial constraints. For details on financial support and an application form, please see the link below. Interested participants are also encouraged to attend the International Conference in Algebraic Topology which will take place on the Isle of Skye , the week after this lecture series (June 24 - 30 2001). The theme of the conference is Categorical Decomposition Techniques, in which calculus of functors play an important role. The organizers will attempt to reduce registration fees for those who plan to attend both meetings. Details will appear at a later date. The lecture series registration fee will be waived for doctoral students.

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49. Toolkit
The MathServ calculus Toolkit. A short introduction to the MathServsystem can be found here. Several tools are available to perform
The MathServ Calculus Toolkit
A short introduction to the MathServ system can be found here
Several tools are available to perform specialized calculations e.g. find the equation of the tangent line to the graph of a function at a particular point. Listed below are catagories for the various tools. The page was last revised on March 7, 2002.

50. Geometric Calculus Research And Development
Includes a brief introduction, articles and book chapters on the subject, as well as references to further information.

51. Calculus On The Web
Welcome to calculus on the Web. COW has moved to a new host. calculus onthe Web is partially supported by the National Science Foundation.
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52. Lee Lady: Topics In Calculus
A set of downloadable lectures.Category Science Math Lecture Notes and Learning Material......Topics in calculus. Professor Lee Lady. University of Hawaii. Some Materials forcalculus. A lot of the files listed below are in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format.
Topics in Calculus
Professor Lee Lady
University of Hawaii
In my opinion, calculus is one of the major intellectual achievements of Western civilization - in fact of world civilization. Certainly it has had much more impact in shaping our world today than most of the works commonly included in a Western Civilization course books such as Descartes's Discourse on Method or The Prince by Machiavelli. But at most universities, we have taken this magnificent accomplishment of the human intellect and turned it into a boring course. Sawyer's little book What Is Calculus About? (Another book in the same vein, but more recent, is The Hitchhiker's Guide to Calculus by Michael Spivak.) For many of us mathematicians, calculus is far removed from what we see as interesting and important mathematics. It certainly has no obvious relevance to any of my own research, and if it weren't for the fact that I teach it, I would long ago have forgotten all the calculus I ever learned. But we should remember that calculus is not a mere ``service course.'' For students, calculus is the gateway to further mathematics. And aside from our obligation as faculty to make all our courses interesting, we should remember that if calculus doesn't seem like an interesting and worthwhile subject to students, then they are unlikely to see mathematics as an attractive subject to pursue further.

53. ESAIM Control, Optimisation And Calculus Of Variations
Part of European Series in Applied and Industrial Mathematics. Full text from vol.1 (1995).

54. Bob Knows His Calculus
Contains pictures, fan fiction, biographies, a voting booth, and news.
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55. Calculus And Probability
calculus Applied to Probability and Statistics for Liberal Arts andBusiness Majors. Scout Report Selection. A Complete Text Resource
Calculus Applied to Probability and Statistics
Liberal Arts and Business Majors
A Complete Text Resource on the World Wide Web
Stefan Waner and Steven R. Costenoble
Table of Contents 1. Continuous Random Variables and Histograms Exercises 2. Probability Density Functions: Uniform, Exponential, Normal, and Beta Exercises 3. Mean, Median, Variance and Standard Deviation Exercises 4. You're the Expert Creating a Family Trust Back to Main Page Introduction Y ou are a financial planning consultant at a neighborhood bank. A 22-year-old client asks you the following question: "I would like to set up my own insurance policy by opening a trust account into which I can make monthly payments starting now, so that upon my death or my ninety-fifth birthday - whichever comes sooner - the trust can be expected to be worth $500,000. How much should I invest each month?" Assuming a 5% rate of return on investments, how should you respond? To answer the question on the previous page, we must know something about the probability of the client's dying at various ages. There are so many possible ages to consider (particularly since we should consider the possibilities month by month) that it would be easier to treat his age at death as a continuous variable, one that can take on any real value (between 22 and 95 in this case). The mathematics needed to do probability and statistics with continuous variables is calculus. The material on statistics in this resource will be readily accessible to you if you are familar with derivatives and integrals (through Chapter 6 of

56. Grossmann
A brief biography on Marcel Grossmann, a classmate of Einstein who was the first to find a connection between tensor calculus and the theory of relativity.
Marcel Grossmann
Born: 9 April 1878 in Budapest, Hungary
Died: 7 Sept 1936 in Zurich, Switzerland
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Marcel Grossmann attended school in Basel then studied mathematics at Zurich. In 1900 he became an assistant to the geometer W Fiedler in Zurich. Grossmann was a classmate of Einstein Einstein turned to him for help with the mathematical formulation of the theory of general relativity. Grossmann discovered the relevance of the tensor calculus of Christoffel Ricci-Curbastro and Levi-Civita to relativity.
Article by: J J O'Connor and E F Robertson Click on this link to see a list of the Glossary entries for this page List of References (2 books/articles) Mathematicians born in the same country Cross-references to History Topics General relativity
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... Anniversaries for the year JOC/EFR December 1996 School of Mathematics and Statistics
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57. ThinkQuest Library Of Entries
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58. Table Of Contents
These notes constitute a general, noncalculus introductory physics course. They are based on lectures given through the IUN/FYDE distance education program of the University of Winnipeg, which provides access to university level courses for communities outside of Winnipeg
IUN/FYDE Introductory Physics Notes
These notes constitute a general, non-calculus introductory physics course. They are based on lectures given through the IUN/FYDE distance education program of the University of Winnipeg , which provides access to university level courses for communities outside of Winnipeg. The material covered comprises the introductory course Physics 1301 offered at the University.
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59. Math Forum: Calculus
The best Internet resources for calculus classroom materials, software, Internetprojects, and public forums for discussion. calculus. Back to Math by Subject
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60. Peter Sewell
University of Cambridge Secure encapsulation, pi-calculus, mobile agents, operational semantics, locality typing.
Peter Sewell
Royal Society University Research Fellow Computer Laboratory University of Cambridge Here are my contact details , and a picture
I am a Fellow and Director of Studies at Wolfson college . The current draft supervision arrangements for 2002/2003 are summarised here Undergraduate and Diploma Project suggestions for 2002-2003. Concurrency, Pi, and Semantics for Distributed Systems (a PhD minicourse , October 2001).
We are seeking a postdoctoral researcher in the foundations of distributed systems, see here
My research is mainly on the foundations of distributed programming, looking at problems of distributed infrastructure, security, failure, and modularity in the context of language design, implementation and semantics. This work builds on operational semantics, process calculi (especially various pi calculi) and type systems. I also study these in their own right, and have looked at the semantics of hardware models. Work on distributed infrastructure for mobile systems is also described on the Nomadic Pict page; work on semantics for network programming is also described on the

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