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Topic: Ostebee and Zorn's textbook
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J. N. G. Binongo

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Ostebee and Zorn's textbook
Posted: Sep 30, 1997 4:19 AM
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Is anybody there using Ostebee and Zorn's textbook in his/her
Calculus AB class? We're using this book for the first time.
I must say that I am truly happy with the approach the book
uses, but I find that there are errors in the Instructor's Solutions
Manual. For example, the graph for Problem 11 on p. 10, Problem
59b of Section 1.5, etc. In situations like this, I often assume
that the mistake was mine, and in a few cases that is often the
case. In some cases, however, the error is unmistakable. So would
anybody be willing to share notes with me? In our small school,
I teach math to students from ages 9 to 19, and any help would
significantly reduce prep time!!!

Jose Nilo G. Binongo
Fukuoka International School, Japan




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