01337pam a2200229a 44500003000400000020001800004040000900022041000800031082001600039100002000055245014400075250001200219260002700231300001700258520057200275650001300847700002700860700002400887942000700911999001900918952017000937OSt a9789354642630 cIITK aeng a517bAp46c2 aApostol, Tom M.1 aCalculus [2nd ed., Vol.1]ban Indian adaptioncTom M. Apostol; content contribution for Indian adaptation by Jitender Singh and Suraj Goyal a2nd ed. bWileyc2023aNew Delhi axviii, 663p aCalculus, Second Edition, strikes a perfect balance between theory and technique. Although it differs from the majority of contemporary texts, treating integration before differentiation is the most accurate historical representation of the relationship between the integral and the derivative. This introduces the mean-value theorems and their applications earlier in the text, incorporates a treatment of linear algebra, and contains many new and easier exercises. As in the first edition, an interesting historical introduction precedes each important new concept. aCalculus aSingh, Jitender [con.] aGoyal, Suraj [con.] cBK c566973d566973 0010406517_000000000000000_AP46C2_V_1708GEN9910801aIITKbIITKd2023-11-06g909.00l1m2o517 Ap46c2 v.1pGB2776q2024-05-04r2024-02-23s2024-02-23v909.00yBK