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Do not suggest textbooks because I didn't use textbooks when I self-studied Calculus II.

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flyingpig

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Do not suggest textbooks because I didn't use textbooks when I self-studied Calculus II.

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What is the difference between a textbook and a book?what good books are there?

Do not suggest textbooks

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What is the difference between a textbook and a book?

Textbooks brief out solutions and instructions to save printing cost. Prep books actually TEACH you how to do things, with solutions that TEACH you what you are suppose to have done.

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Ah, so you want something like Schaum Outlines or Demystified?

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Ah, so you want something like Schaum Outlines or Demystified?

Maybe something along the line of Princeton Review, Barron's for Calculus II. Not one of those Dummies book

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