Hey guys, just a quick question. I've just gone back to university and I'm going to be taking the Intro to Calculus course in the summer. But it has been 8 years since I did Precalculus, so I was thinking of picking up a textbook to review on my own. I went to the "Best Textbook Thread" and came across Blitzer's book. Does anyone know if Blitzer's book is heavily graphing calculator based? I've never learned precal with a graphing calculator, and they're not allowed in the first year Calculus course I'm going to be taking, so I don't see the point of picking up a text that relies on one. Also, after scanning through the websites of several Canadian universities, quite a few of them seem to use James Stewart's Precalculus for Mathematics textbook for their adult learning/continuing education/high school credit courses. Does anyone know if Stewart's Precalculus book is any good? Especially in comparison to Blitzer's? Thanks everyone.