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  1. Calculus Of A Single Variable: Early Transcendental Functions by Ron Larson, Robert P. Hostetler, et all 2006-01-03
  2. Single Variable Calculus: Concepts and Contexts (with Tools for Enriching Calculus, Interactive Video Skillbuilder CD-ROM, and iLrn Homework/Personal Tutor with SMARTHINKING) by James Stewart, 2004-11-05
  3. Study Guide for Stewart's Single Variable Calculus, 6th by James Stewart, 2007-05-23
  4. Pre-Calculus Demystified by Rhonda Huettenmueller, 2005-01-14
  5. 3,000 Solved Problems in Calculus by Elliott Mendelson, 1988-01-01
  6. Calculus and Its Applications (9th Edition) by Marvin L. Bittinger, David J. Ellenbogen, 2007-02-25
  7. Multivariable Calculus (Stewart's Calculus Series) by James Stewart, 2007-06-12
  8. Master the AP Calculus AB & BC (Peterson's Ap Calculus Ab & Bc) by Peterson's, 2007-02-01
  9. Calculus: Single and Multivariable by Deborah Hughes-Hallett, Andrew M. Gleason, et all 2004-12-07
  10. Calculus for Business, Economics, and the Social and Life Sciences, Brief Edition by Laurence D. Hoffmann, Gerald L. Bradley, 2006-08-08
  11. University Calculus: Alternate Edition by Joel Hass, Maurice D. Weir, et all 2007-02-01
  12. Schaum's Outline of Advanced Calculus, Second Edition by Robert C. Wrede, Murray Spiegel, 2002-02-20
  13. Brief Calculus and Its Applications (11th Edition) by Larry J. Goldstein, David I. Schneider, et all 2006-01-07
  14. Calculus (Cliffs Quick Review) by Bernard V. Zandy, Jonathan J. White, 2001-06-15

41. Automatic Calculus, Matrix Algebra, And Polynomials
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42. Financial Calculus
By Martin Baxter and Andrew Rennie (CUP, 1996). Contents, preface, errata, supplementary text, reviews.
Web Site Selection
Financial Calculus The website of Financial Calculus: an introduction to derivative pricing . This book has been written by Martin Baxter and Andrew Rennie, and is published by Cambridge University Press. The site contains features, errata, additional bonus text plus information about the authors and the book, which is now also available in Japanese and Hungarian. General Election Prediction The next British General Election result is predicted using scientific analysis of opinion polls and electoral geography. There are also detailed predictions of every seat, including a list of target vulnerable seats, and a complete nationwide list of seat predictions. Martin Baxter Home Page Personal website, containing contact information, past academic publications and assorted trivia.

43. E-Calculus Home Page
ecalculus is a calculus I tutorial written in TeX and converted to the Adobe PDF format. Configuring your Browser for e-calculus. Graphics Viewers
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AcroTeX (Site Overview) The Guestbook (Sign In!) Main Menu (PDF) Algebra Review in Ten Lessons Homepage of D. P. Story WebTrig Go Directly to Calculus Articles
Calculus Menu (PDF) Functions (PDF) Limits (PDF) Continuity (PDF) Differentiation (PDF) Integration (PDF) Appl. to Integration (PDF) What's New Get the Latest version of
Acrobat Reader 5.0. Click on the Get Acrobat Icon above to go to the download area. e-Calculus is a Calculus I tutorial written in TeX and converted to the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). Features include verbose discussion of topics , typeset quality mathematics, user interactivity in the form of multiple choice quizzes, in-line examples and exercises with complete solutions, and pop-up graphics. If you are a first time user, be sure to check out the section entitled Important Components and the section Important Information directly below it before you start e-Calculus e-Calculus is viewed in the PDF format. This requires that you have Acrobat Reader 3.0

44. Bondi K-Calculus
A simple derivation of Einstein's theory of relativity which is widely taught to undergraduate physics students. The mathematics required though make this easy for anyone to understand.
Bondi K-Calculus
In simple terms, Bondi k-calculus is a method of deriving the effects of Einstein's theory of special relativity which requires only basic mathematics, and yet gives all the appropriate results.
Now before all of the 'scientists' click to the next page and dismiss this as a derivation without substance, let me present a few details. The method was created by Sir Hermann Bondi, who not only wrote numerous papers on the theory of relativity, but was also given a professorship at Cambridge University. The derivation presented here is taught in undergraduate and graduate level physics courses around the world. Unfortunately it is rarely taught in High Schools, where its simplicity would benefit all students struggling with the traditional lorentz transformation derivation of relativity.
Lesson 1
As is done in most derivations, let us limit space to a single dimension to spare having to draw four-dimensional figures on a two dimensional screen. In the diagram below, let the vertical axis represent time and the horizontal axis represent space. Then a curve in the diagram represents a point in space which is 'moving'.(As time progresses, the point changes its position). If the curve is a straight line, the point moves at a constant velocity.
Let A and B be two such lines, (representing observers or spaceships, or whatever seems appropriate) which cross at some point. Each observer carries a clock and at the instant they meet, both reset their clocks to 0. As soon as they cross, A begins shining a flashlight at B for a period of time T.

45. Karl's Calculus Tutor: Table Of Contents
Table of Contents for Karl s calculus Tutor. Select from topics Limits Karl s calculus Tutor. Table of Contents. © 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999
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Please note that Karl's Calculus Tutor is still a work in progress. Expect a new unit to come on line every month or so. Currently being drafted: Midterm Practice Exam Problems And vastly improved! I have completely revamped the Online Calculator . It is now much more user friendly and powerful. Be sure to read the Read me notes before trying any calculations. Please let me know if it helps with doing any of the on line problems (clicking will spawn a separate browser window). You can also try Online Complex Calculator , which can do arithmetic of complex numbers (I have not yet made the same improvements to the complex calculator, but that's coming).

46. Riemann Geometry And Tensor Calculus @ Mathematica
Free Mathematica package for explicit tensor calculations in Riemannian Geometry.
Description This package introduces definitions for tensor calculations in Riemannian Geometry. To begin a calculation the user must specify a Riemannian space by giving: (1) a list of coordinates,
(2) a symmetric matrix of functions of the coordinates (= metric tensor) and
(3) a list of simplification rules (optional). The main routine in the package then computes explicit expressions for all common Riemannian Geometry tensors (Riemann, Ricci, Einstein, Weyl) and tests if the space belongs to any of the following categories: Flat Conformally Flat Ricci Flat Einstein Space or Space of Constant Curvature . Each tensor is stored as a nested list under an appropriate global name. The following functions for operating on these tensors are defined: Raise/Lower indices, Contract (multiple) indices, Covariant Differentiation and Covariant Divergence. These functions, together with the built-in functions Outer (giving tensor products) and Transpose (index rearrangement) provide the necessary tools for performing all common tensor operations on the computer. Several examples of the use of these functions on tensors computed using different metrics are given. Beginning with version 2.5, tensor components can be calculated with respect to an arbitrary frame, and approximate calculations (series expansions) can be carried out. Version 2.7.8 significantly improves these capabilities.

47. Tutorials - HMC Calculus Tutorial
Continuity. Differentiating Special Functions. First Derivative. Fundamental Theorem of calculus. Infinite Series Convergence. Integration by Parts. L Hopital s Rule.

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49. 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.

50. 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.

51. Connected Calculus
The Definite Integral Exotic Multiplication; Accumulation Functions; The Fundamental Theorem of calculus the HoHum Theorem of calculus;
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Models, Data, and Curve Fitting A Guide to this Chapter.
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Estimation and Limits A Guide to this Chapter. Sequences and Discrete Dynamical Systems A Guide to this Chapter.

52. 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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Probability Theory
  • Binomial asset pricing Finite probability spaces Lebesgue measure, lebesgue integral General probability spaces Independence
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  • 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

53. Calculus Of Origami Site
This site is about Math and Origami, it defines a notation for folds, based on points and edges, and some links for papers on math and origami
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Originally developed by Josh Knowles and Sean Owen at PJLabs, Austin, Texas.
Now hosted by gera at Core's Community site Spanish Language Version also available, as translated by Gerardo Richarte (outdated). Sorry, folks, there are no instructions on how to fold paper cups or kabuto helmets here. These pages instead focus on the mathematics involved with paperfolding (as the title may imply). C ONTAINED W ITHIN: THE I NTRODUCTION N ... EWS
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54. Finite Mathematics And Applied Calculus Resource Page
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56. Trigonometric Functions
Trigonometric Functions and calculus for Liberal Arts and Business Majors. Scout Report Selection. A Complete Text Resource on the
Trigonometric Functions and Calculus
Liberal Arts and Business Majors
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Stefan Waner and Steven R. Costenoble
Table of Contents 1. Modeling with the Sine Function Exercises 2. The Six Trigonometric Functions Exercises 3. Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions Exercises 4. Integrals of Trigonometric Functions Exercises Back to Main Page Introduction T rigonometric functions are often omitted in basic calculus courses for students not majoring in the mathematical sciences. However, the sine and cosine functions are extremely useful in modeling cyclical trends, such as the seasonal variation of demand for certain items, or the cyclical nature of recession and prosperity. The four sections we present here are designed with this in mind; we are concerned less with the geometry of triangles than on applications of the trigonometric functions in modeling real life situations. In the first section, we focus on the use of the sine function to model cyclical phenomena, postponing the introduction of the other trigonometric functions to Section 2. Sections 3 and 4 deal with the calculus of these functions. Of particular interest is the tabular approach to integration by parts that we use to deal with integrals of products of trigonometric and exponential functions. We would welcome comments and suggestions for improving this resource further.

57. Anite Calculus - Inter-Company Billing Solutions
Offers intercompany billing and retail solutions for competitive OLOs and resellers. Includes support forum and contact details.
Anite Calculus support key markets for inter-company billing solutions -covering interconnect, wholesale and partner settlement, as well as providing cost-effective retail systems for resellers and OLOs, and non-telecoms related solutions in areas such as utilities, logistics and road-user charging. The Calculus solution is one of the industries leading billing systems, ranked second by Chorleywood in their recent Interconnect report with substantial year on year growth. The Calculus customer base is constantly growing and includes industry leaders such as Telia and Telenor as well as newer entrants such as Wavecrest, Advantel and Totem Communications. Anite Calculus benefits from the financial stability of being part of a FTSE listed global IT services business, but remains entirely focused on the development and support of the Calculus product. New Customer Announcement: - Finnet International Selects Anite Calculus Demo: Request a Calculus Billing Demo Products Partners About Us ... Site Map

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

60. Interactive Learning In Calculus And Differential Equations With Applications
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.

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