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M.J.Bell

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Re: Larson 5th edition
Posted: Jun 30, 1998 10:03 AM
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>That is the designation on the textbook. The ISBN is 0-669-34227-0.
Chapter
>heading are The Cartesian Plane and Functions, Limits and Their Properties,
>Differentiation, Applications of Differentiation, Integration, Applications

of
>Integration, Exponential and Logarithm Function, Trigonometric Functions
and
>Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Integration Techniques and Improper
>Integrals, Infinite Series, Conic Sections, Plane Curves, Parametric
>Equations, and Polar Coordinates, Vectors and the Curves in the Plane,

Solid
>Analytic Geometry and Vector Spaces, Functions of Several Variables,
Multiple
>Integration. Vector Analysis, Differential Equations.

I must have the regular 5th edition since my chapter headings are slightly
different and my ISBN is 0-669-32709-3. As previously stated, I don't think
I would like the alternate sequence if all the trig functions are brought in
later.

M.J.Bell






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