Calculus: Concepts and Contexts. Single Variable,
by James Stewart, Brooks/Cole Publishing, 2001.
Check the syllabus to determine which sections will be covered each
week, and come to class having read those sections. Reading the
textbook will greatly
increase your comprehension of the lectures and enable you to ask
in class. Furthermore, the lecturers and recitation instructors will
not always be
able to cover all of the subject material for which you will be
responsible. Not that mathematical texts are not meant to be read like
novels: very often you will come across passages that must be read
several times before they make sense to you.
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