Calculus with Analytic Geometry, 5/e
C. Henry Edwards, the University of Georgia, Athens
David E. Penney, the University of Georgia, Athens
Published September, 1997 by Prentice Hall Engineering/Science/Mathematics
Copyright 1998, 1022 pp.
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Appropriate for standard undergraduate Calculus courses.
The mainstream calculus text with the most flexible approach to new
ideas and calculator/computer technology.
NEWThere are more than 1250 new problems
among the book's total of approximately 6700. Almost all of these
are in the intermediate range of difficulty, neither highly theoretical
nor computationally routine. Some reflect an emphasis on new technology
by encouraging the use of technology ranging from a graphing calculator
to a computer algebra system.
NEWWeb site available to users with
student help center staffed by graduate students available on Sunday
evenings. Site includes animations of most text examples with what-if
scenarios, challenging applications that require the user to have
some type of number crunching software, self-paced quizzes, and internet
links of additional calculus material.
NEWMore than 20% of the 700 in-text
examples are new as are about twenty of the 50 optional technology
NEWIncludes new matrix terminology and
notation in the multivariable portion of the text.
NEWReorganization by combining vectors
in 2-space and 3-space, yielding one less chapter than previous edition.
NEWAll of the technology projects
are on the web site with a menu of Maple, Mathematica, Derive,
MATLAB, and EXCEL that appropriately (with a click or two)
ties into the user's machine. Suntax is provided for use of the projects
with a TI graphing calculator as well.
Provides a solid combination of standard calculus and
a fresh conceptual emphasis that is open to the possibilities offered
by new technologies.
Optional, conceptually based technology projects following
Discussions and explanations written in a lively and
The most extensively visual text in the market, highlighted
by hundreds of Mathematica and MATLAB generated figures throughout
Numerous conceptual problems and interesting applications.
1. Functions and Graphs.
2. Prelude to Calculus.
3. The Derivative.
4. Additional Applications of the Derivative.
5. The Integral.
6. Applications of the Integral.
7. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions.
8. Further Calculus of Transcendental Functions.
9. Techniques of Integration.
10. Polar Coordinates and Plane Curves.
11. Infinite Series.
12. Vectors, Curves, and Surfaces in Space.
13. Partial Differentiation.
14. Multiple Integrals.
15. Vector Calculus.
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems.
References for Further Study.