Calculus I is the first volume of the three-volume calculus sequence by Tunc Geveci. The series is designed for the usual three-semester calculus sequence that the majority of science and engineering majors in the United States are required to take.
The distinguishing features of the book are the focus on the concepts, essential functions and formulas of calculus and the effective use of graphics as an integral part of the exposition. Formulas that are not significant and exercises that involve artificial algebraic difficulties are avoided. The book uses Mathematica mainly for the graphics. Contents
Functions, Limits and Continuity | The Derivative | Maxima and Minima | Special Functions | The Integral | Precalculus Review | Some Theorems on Limits and Continuity | The Continuity of an Inverse Function | LíHŰpitalís Rule | The Natural Logarithm as an Integral | Answers to Some Problems | Basic Derivatives and Integrals Related Topics
Calculus and Analysis, Engineering