I have recently borrowed a new book from the local library:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Calculus of Linear and Nonlinear Functions

by Francis J. Flanigan and Jerry L. Kazdan.

I have already finished first-year Calculus and I was wondering if this type of book would prepare me well for second-year Calculus in university? Is this the type of material that I am going to study next year if I take Calculus II?

Any suggestions or hints are greatly appreciated!

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# Calculus of Linear and Nonlinear Functions

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