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M.J.Bell

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Re: Larson 5th edition
Posted: Jun 30, 1998 10:05 AM
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>
>D.C. Heath published both a Larson 5th edition and an alternate 5th

edition.
>From what I understand, the primary difference between the two is the
order of
>the topics (e.g. trig deriviatives and integrals are treated in a late
chapter
>rather than being included in the chapters for derivatives and integrals).
I
>use the alternate 5th edition because it's the one I "inherited" when I
>started teaching calculus 4 years ago.
>
>Barbara Cavanah
>Marathon HS
>Marathon FL


I guess that I am not using the alternate since the trig functions are with
the other derivatives in chapter 2. I would not like it any other way.

M.J.Bell
Denton H.S.
mjbell@tenet.edu





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