This new edition, of the well-known calculus text, is ideal for students majoring in physical sciences, engineering, computer science or mathematics. As with earlier editions, the text fits a three-semester (four or five quarter) introductory calculus of one and several variables. It can also be used for a one-year course in single-variable calculus.
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Robert Ellis (M.E.S.M., University of California, Santa Barbara) has been teaching marine, earth, and environmental science courses in both the classroom and in the field since 2000. He currently serves as Assistant Professor in the Marine Science Department at Orange Coast College (OCC) in Southern California and Director of the OCC Public Aquarium. When not on campus, Professor Ellis often helps to develop and teach international field courses in marine science and management in various parts of the Caribbean, Central America, and the South Pacific. His graduate work focused on Marine Resource Management at UC Santa Barbara, and he has participated in and managed research projects and educational programs in many parts of the world. He hopes to have the good fortune to continue to travel and explore the world with his wife, Katie; son, Kalen; and daughter, Abigail.
Professor Denny Gulick received his undergraduate degree at Oberlin College, and his Ph.D. from Yale University. He has taught at the University of Maryland since 1965. His interests were formerly in abstract functional analysis, and more recently his interests turned to chaos and fractals. He is also involved in issues of mathematics education. In 2000 he received the Campus Kirwan Prize for Undergraduate Education.
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Book Description Thomson Custom Publishing, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110759313792
Book Description Custom Publishing, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 6. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0759313792