|Apr19-11, 10:55 PM||#1|
In serch for Calculus
Im just finishing my first semester of calc 1 using James Stewart Calculus Early Transcendentals 6th ed. I cannot learn well form this book, i give up on it. Im looking for a calc book that covers the same materials but in more clearer and consistent manner. Im learning calculus not reviewing, and sometimes I feel that my calc book is more of a reference that something to learn from. I want to learn calculus and learn it well but I dont know what book to get.
PS: Im no math nerd so I NEED details and CLARITY which James Stewart fails me on.
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