hola. this year in high school i was enrolled in AP calculus. the year before we had an awesome teacher who was incredibly smart. this year, however, he left and we got a new teacher. it is her first year teaching this. consequently, shes not teaching well and id say 75% of the class dropped it (nearly all the rest are contemplating doing the same), including me. so, ive decided, at least considered, to go to the library and get a calculus book and have a little independent study. are there any particularly good books for this? at the library they had one called quick (fast?) calculus that i was looking at. so, im just wondering if there are any books that would help me accomplish this. mmk. thanks(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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