**Calculus and Differential Equations**

by John Avery

**Publisher**: Learning Development Institute 2010**Number of pages**: 137

**Description**:

The book places emphasis on Mathematics as a human activity and on the people who made it. From the table of contents: Historical background; Differential calculus; Integral calculus; Differential equations; Solutions to the problems.

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