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Ron Vavrinek

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Re: Reform Books List
Posted: Jun 3, 1996 8:09 AM
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We are using Ostebee & Zorn text, Calculus from Graphical, Numerical, and
Symbolic Points of View. We very pleased with the text. It offers a nice
balance between the Hughes-Hallett Calculus book and traditional calculus.
There are many explorations for the students to develop conceptual
understanding while retaining skill work so that the students can do
something with their knowledge.

Ron Vavrinek Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy
Math Team Leader 1500 W. Sullivan Road
rvav@imsa.edu Aurora, IL 60506
(708) 907-5964

"Even if you are on the right track,
you'll get run over if you just sit there."
Will Rogers

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