Application-oriented introduction relates the subject as closely as possible to science with explorations of the derivative; differentiation and integration of the powers of x; theorems on differentiation, antidifferentiation; the chain rule; trigonometric functions; more. Examples. 1967 edition.
A text for college students who may still be struggling a bit with elementary algebra. Focuses on applications in the physical and biological sciences; on geometrical, physical, and heuristic arguments and generalizations; and on concrete cases. No bibliography. The 1967 and 1977 editions were published by Wiley. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.