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What do you consider the best Calculus workbooks?

  1. Jul 31, 2011 #1

    I'm looking for a god drill book that has 100's of not 1000's of differnntiation and integration problems and worked out answers.

    I'm finishing a summer session of calc 1 with an 85% but don't feel like I have locked down all the basics it went so fast. I know I need to have the basic down solid and the only way I will get that is by doing problems. Larsons 9th ed that I'm using is not helping as it just doesn't give me enough work. It has 8-10 of each variety...I probably need 100 and to se a good step by step to check my work.


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  3. Jul 31, 2011 #2
    I think a Schaum's outline is exactly what you're looking for!!
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