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Bob Miller's High School Calc for the Clueless

by Bob Miller

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0071488456, Paperback)

With Bob Miller at your side, you never have to be clueless about math again!

Algebra and calculus are tough on high school students like you. Professor Bob Miller, with more than 30 years' teaching experience, is a master at making the complex simple, and his now-classic series of Clueless study aids has helped tens of thousands understand the tough subjects.

Calculus-with its integrals and derivatives-is famous for tripping up even the quickest minds. Now Bob Miller-with his 30-plus years' experience teaching it-presents high school calculus in a clear, humorous, and engaging way.

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Study guide to assist students in conquering calculus, including step-by-step explanations of limits, derivatives, and integrals, and methods for tackling topics such as asymptotes and infinite series, logarithms, and calculus word problems.

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