This edition of James Stewart's bestselling calculus book has been revised with the consistent dedication to excellence that has characterized all his books. Stewart's Calculus is successful throughout the world because he explains the material in a way that makes sense to a wide variety of readers. His explanations make ideas come alive, and his problems challenge, to reThis edition of James Stewart's bestselling calculus book has been revised with the consistent dedication to excellence that has characterized all his books. Stewart's Calculus is successful throughout the world because he explains the material in a way that makes sense to a wide variety of readers. His explanations make ideas come alive, and his problems challenge, to reveal the beauty of calculus. Stewart's examples stand out because they are not just models for problem solving or a means of demonstrating techniquesthey also encourage readers to develp an analytic view of the subject. This edition includes new problems, examples, and projects....
Title  :  Calculus [With CDROM] 
Author  :  
Rating  :  
ISBN  :  9780534393397 
Format Type  :  Hardcover 
Number of Pages  :  1368 Pages 
Status  :  Available For Download 
Last checked  :  21 Minutes ago! 
Calculus [With CDROM] Reviews

Great book, very informative and effective if you're trying to learn Calculus and critical thinking. Most of the top universities use this book as well. The newest edition is the 6th, but I used the 5th while I was learning Calculus in school and it worked just as well and best of all, it cost $5 online! Great deal for a starving student!

This book is cozy like a warm blanket on a chilly winter day. It got me through 3 terms of college Calculus and through 4 years of a math major in undergrad. I refer to it again and again now that I'm out of school  for sometimes the most random of reasons. The duct tape on the binding shows how much this book has been loved by me!

Absolutely riveting.

رائع جداً، من أفضل كتب الرياضيات.

در دوران کارشناسی، دکتر مقدمفر استاد ریاضی اصرار داشت که از روی جزوه نخوانیم و رفرنس بخوانیم. من هم بالاخره این کتاب را که با هزار ذوق و شوق خریده بودم، خواندم.

I would like to say that this is the first textbook that I have read from chapter one to the very end.

These Calculus classes, Geometric, Vector, Multivariable, Differential, were some of my favorites & this book does cover the topics extensively.Some of the best advice I got was to hunt around for a good tutor to go to regularly & to have many books since it helps to really study the same lesson in different books to get a deeper understanding.There were no online resources when I took these classes, these books do seem to have some web bundle available, I have benefited from using web math resources since.

Good Calc textbook. I only used it for studying the sections (all our homework was from the 8th edition).

I loved this textbook; we worked the entirety of the third edition in AP Calculus BC, and I picked up a fourth edition back in 2002 to keep around. There seems to be a recent bunch of hating on Stewart Calculus, though; I'm not sure whether this invective is about the fifth edition or what, but I can't imagine a better (admittedly unrigorous, but what's American high school mathematical education for?) grounding in realnumber calculus at the preparatory level (ie, outside of an undergraduatelevel Analysis class) than what I took from this book...shit, eleven years ago, coming out of the 11th grade, I could integrate, derive, and work basic diffeq's without noticeable delay; I used to race rich kids with HP48GX's or TI9x's featuring symbolic integration capabilities, as I could usually work something more quickly in my head than they could type it in. What's the complaint with good ol' James Stewart?None of my Harvard friends took applied mathematics 50, which is unfortunate (liberal arts capriwearing lawreading sackbiters all, bah, even Jimmy Zha who had at least twice my natural mathematical capability and ended up, from all reports, chasing new england WASP poonanner for four years and eventually becoming a wall street quant or something. Good luck with that).

Very detailed and stepbystep; especially useful for everyone who starts to learn calculus be it from basic or from rather rigorous point of view. The appendix contains proofs of some of the most important theorems in basic calculus concept like squeeze theorem, making the text not lacking the needed rigour for fuller insight of the topic.For those who wishes to learn advanced calculus, however, perhaps there is a need to peruse another text because in a way this text is not very close to real analysis; it is a broad text in terms of topic but the depth is not that much, though it does make an effort by not eliminating crucial proofs and explanations.However, as far as calculus for the purposes of beginner analysis and engineering purposes are concerned, this book is more than enough  in fact, working engineers may still find this book quite useful. It is very readable, at least except chapter 15 and 16 when multiple integration is involved. I will have to reread chapter 15 and 16 a few times in future if I were to consider saying I have mastered the book.

This was the first material on Calculus I had read. As a newbie, I appreciated how well organized this book was. The coloring scheme wasn't overdone to the point of distraction, but effectively minimal. I approached Calculus nervously (given its association with very smart folks), but Stewart shook that off quickly and made the material easy to grasp. Finally, a reason was found to why everything I had learned in math was useful; here's where everything was truly integrated (no pun intended).At any rate, I have obtained other Calculus material, as a supplement when I have tutored in the subject. However, I continue to rely on my original (now beatup 5th edition) Stewart book. It truly has served me well and I highly recommend it.

Ooouh, where do I begin?!This book literally changed my life, it's the first Calculus book I study on my own, I began to understand Calculus when I started reading it, James Stewart really is a genius, I love that guy! The book explains the concepts very well and gives numerical and graphical evidence to every theorem, as well as proof to some theorems which is really great, The first 13 chapters and the last chapters are very wellexplained, however, chapter 15 and 16 are very difficult and I don't think I fully mastered them, I might have to find another book on those topics to fully understand them! Thank you, Stewart!

It's a standard (one of *the* standards) Calculus textbook. I do wish there were harder/"messier" problems given in the end of sections; there definitely were some. Or, alternatively, the number of nearly identical problems could be reduced (if you didn't get the first 10 easy problems, 60 more aren't going to do you much good...)

While I don't have this precise edition, I do believe that this is one of the best Calculus books out there. I have to admit that I wasn't particularly fond of it at first (the exercises could be improved). However, after comparing it to other textbooks I realized how well done it was. It's clear, concise and yet thorough.

This book absorbed two years of my life.I left a scarred shell of a man...with neck pain, bad pasty skin, and an eye injury that hasn't gone away yet.In the end, I did if for a higher reason. I can't explain what I mean by that.

Great reference book for Calculus, that I've used in 3 courses and provided a foundation for pursuing an MS in Statistics the semester after. The examples are very well done, while the problems are varied enough that you can really test your level and develop a correct intuition.

A lot of students I know don't like this book. But as a first year Calculus book, I believe it is really good. It is not as good as the Lawson Hostetler(sp?) book but It is good. I both used it as student and as an instructor. I would certainly recommend it.

A very helpful textbook, though sometimes the questions were not thoroughly enough answered in the back of the book. However, it was still a useful resource during my first and second year of university maths.

While I like the book and the detailed examples, I didn't like how the author continuously used Riemann Sums to explain everything. I needed more integration in the book. I did, however, appreciate proofs because that's the way I learn the material best.

Because you + me = us

I have a nice love/hate relationship with this book. Most of the explanations are good, but they occasionally leave some important info out.

This was pretty legendary. Easy to understand, lots of examples, and thorough, yet concise.

College Studies :)

cool!

FINALLY :D

My goto calculus reference. And probably the only one you'll ever need.

A pretty book, with lots of problems and fullcolor graphics. (I used the 6th edition.)

This is pretty much the best book ever written. I read this book like it's my job.

one of the better math books I have owned in my lifetime...its getting me A's on tests so that is all that matters

It was a great book and it helped me alot for my exams.but I liked the Thomas' way of teaching more :)