**Title:** Elements Of Differential And Integral Calculus

**Author:** Granville

**Translator:** Steven T. Byngton

**Publisher:** Limusa

**Year:** 2003 (35th edition)

**ISBN:** 968-16-1178-X

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** High School

This book has 686 pages in 27 chapters, starting with a summary of formulas with the purpose of making the student review algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and the Greek alphabet.

This book has 686 pages in 27 chapters, starting with a summary of formulas with the purpose of making the student review algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and the Greek alphabet. The next chapters clearly explain concepts from variables, functions, and limits, to multiple integrals. The whole book has been created for the student to easily and systematically assimilate the subjects. It has lots problems, most with answers, but some without answers so that the student acquires confidence in him or herself. This edition has problems with applications to economics and a new chapter about hyperbolic functions.

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