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            Calculus Volume 1
            17th Edition
            Strang, Gilbert
            Publisher: OpenStax College
            ISBN: 9781938168024

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            Chapter 2.4 - ContinuityChapter 2.5 - The Precise Definition Of A LimitChapter 3 - DerivativesChapter 3.1 - Defining The DerivativeChapter 3.2 - The Derivative As A FunctionChapter 3.3 - Differentiation RulesChapter 3.4 - Derivatives As Rates Of ChangeChapter 3.5 - Derivatives Of Trigonometric FunctionsChapter 3.6 - The Chain RuleChapter 3.7 - Derivatives Of Inverse FunctionsChapter 3.8 - Implicit DifferentiationChapter 3.9 - Derivatives Of Exponential And Logarithmic FunctionsChapter 4 - Applications Of DerivativesChapter 4.1 - Related RatesChapter 4.2 - Linear Approximations And DifferentialsChapter 4.3 - Maxima And MinimaChapter 4.4 - The Mean Value TheoremChapter 4.5 - Derivatives And The Shape Of A GraphChapter 4.6 - Limits At Infinity And AsymptotesChapter 4.7 - Applied Optimization ProblemsChapter 4.8 - L'hopitars RuleChapter 4.9 - Newton's MethodChapter 4.10 - AntiderivativesChapter 5 - IntegrationChapter 5.1 - Approximating AreasChapter 5.2 - The Definite IntegralChapter 5.3 - The Fundamental Theorem Of CalculusChapter 5.4 - Integration Formulas And The Net Change TheoremChapter 5.5 - SubstitutionChapter 5.6 - Integrals Involving Exponential And Logarithmic FunctionsChapter 5.7 - Integrals Resulting In Inverse Trigonometric FunctionsChapter 6 - Applications Of IntegrationChapter 6.1 - Areas Between CurvesChapter 6.2 - Determining Volumes By SlicingChapter 6.3 - Volumes Of Revolution: Cylindrical ShellsChapter 6.4 - Arc Length Of A Curve And Surface AreaChapter 6.5 - Physical ApplicationsChapter 6.6 - Moments And Centers Of MassChapter 6.7 - Integrals, Exponential Functions, And LogarithmsChapter 6.8 - Exponential Growth And DecayChapter 6.9 - Calculus Of The Hyperbolic Functions

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