
Boston: Prindle, Weber & Schmidt, 1986. Due to the weight of this volume, it can only be shipped to delivery addresses located within Canada and the United States. Previous Owner Markings (Including Highlighting); Corners, Spine, Boards Bumped; Light Shelf Rub to Boards; Spine Slightly Cocked; Edges Lightly Soiled. BOOK NUMBER: 33L2820. SPONSORING EDITOR: David Pallai. PRODUCTION AND DESIGN: Sara Waller. PRODUCTION COORDINATOR: Helen Walden. COVER DESIGN: Kathi Townes. COVER PHOTO: Randall Sluder and Gerald Boquist of Technology International Corporation, Bedford, Massachusetts. This 9minute exposure shows the launch of a 3stage sounding rocket near Fairbanks, Alaska. The rocket injected a pair of barium payloads into the lower magnetosphere, and the resulting clouds' motions were used to study an aurora in progress. Circumpolar stars include the constellations of Ursa Minor at top, Auriga at lower left, and Andromeda at lower right. CONTENTS: 1 Functions 2 Limits of Functions 3 The Derivative 4 Applications of the Derivative 5 The Integral 6 Applications of the Integral 7 Inverse Trigonometric Functions 8 Logarithmic and Exponential Functions 9 Techniques of Integration 10 Indeterminate Forms and Improper Integrals 11 Sequences and Series 12 Analytic Geometry in the Plane 13 Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates 14 Vectors and 3Space 15 VectorValued Functions 16 Differential Calculus of Functions of Several Variables 17 Multiple Integrals 18 Vector Integral Calculus 19 Differential Equations; Appendices; Answers to OddNumbered Problems; Index. EXCERPT: Preface  This book is intended for a threesemester or fourquarter course in calculus for students of science, engineering, mathematics, and business. It reflects several of my more strongly held, though hardly original, viewpoints: that a calculus text should present the trigonometric functions as early as possible; that it should motivate and explain the idea of a limit in a manner that is as simple as possible; and that there should be an abundance of, and emphasis on, applications . . . Each chapter begins with its own table of contents and introduction to the material covered in that chapter and ends with a Chapter Test, which includes truefalse and fillintheblanks questions. Most sections conclude with brief informal discussions labelled Remarks. These discussions include possible applications of the mathematics just covered, a little bit of history, or a few words of caution to the student on possible misinterpretations or unwarranted generalizations of definitions and theorems. Illustrations are used generously throughout the text (there are approximately 1200). Most exercise sets are massive (with over 6000 problems in the text) and include the usual abundance of drill problems along with Miscellaneous Problems, which are either more challenging in nature or expound on material not formally presented. Exercise sets include calculator Problems, which are intended to be done on a calculator or computer. Answers (including graphs) to oddnumbered problems are included in the text. A complete solutions manual for the instructor and a student solutions manual, which provides a detailed solution to every fourth problem, are available.... First Edition 3rd Printing. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket (As Issued). Illus. by J&R Services. 4to  over 9¾"  12" tall.

New York : McGraw Hill, 1978, 1978. Very Good. 2nd ed. ; 345 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. ; ISBN: 007002653X (pbk.) :; 9780070026537 (pbk.) ; LC: QA303; Dewey: 517.1 ; OCLC: 7833130 ; LC: QA303; Dewey: 517.1 ; paper wrappers ; "Including 1175 solved problems." ; Contents: Variables and functions  Limits  Continuity  The derivative  Differentiation of algebraic functions  Implicit differentiation  Tangents and normals  Maximum and minimum values  Applied problems in maxima and minima  Rectilinear and circular motion  Related rates  Differentiation of trigonometric functions  Differentiation of inverse trigonometric functions  Differentiation of exponential and logarithmic functions  Differentiation of hyperbolic functions  Parametric representation of curves  Curvature  Plane vectors  Curvilinear motion  Polar coordinates  The law of the mean  Indeterminate forms  Differentials  Curve tracing  Fundamental integration formulas  Integration by parts  Trigonometric integrals  Trigonometric substitutions  Integration by partial fractions  Miscellaneous substitutions  Integration of hyperbolic functions  Applications of indefinite integrals  The definite integral  Plane areas by integration  Volumes of solids of revolution  VOlumes of solids with known cross sections  Centroids, plane areas and solids of revolutions  Moments of inertia, plane areas and solids of revolution  FLuid pressure  Work  Length of arc  Area of surface of revolution  Controid and moment of inertia, arcs and surfaces of revolution  Plane area and centroid of area, polar coordinates  Length and centroid or arc, area of surface af revolution, polar coordinates  Improper integrals  Infinite sequences and series  Tests for convergence and divergence of positive series  Series with negative terms  Computations with series  Power series  Series expansion of fuctions  MacLaurin's and Taylor's formulas with remainders  Computations using power series  Approximate integration  Partial derivatives  Total differentials and total derivatives  Implicit functions  Space curves and surfaces  Directional derivatives  Space vectors  Vector differentiation and integration  Double and iterated intregrals  Centroids and moments of inertia of plane areas, double integration  Volume under a surface, double integration  Area of a curved surface, double integration  Triple integrals  Masses of variable density  Differential equations  Differential equations of order two  Index ; VG

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New York: Theodore Audel & Co., 1901. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo  over 7¾"  9¾" tall. COLOR FRONTISPIECE 146 FIGURE ILLUSTRATIONS "Comprising the elements of mechanical philosophy, mensuration, geometry, algebra, arithmetical signs, and tables. United States Weights, Measures and Money, Tables of Wages, with Copious Notes, Explanations and help Rules Useful for an Engineer. And for Reference, Tables of Squares and Cubes, Square and Cube Roots, Circumference and Areas of Circles Tables of Weights of Metals and Pipes, Tables of Pressures of Steam, etc. Good green cloth. Black endpapers. Some wear, soiling, foot of spine wear, rear hinge starting. (1901), 8vo, xi, 12330pp.

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Cambridge, England: Deighton, Bell, and Co., 1883. Reprint Edition . Hardcover. Fair/No Jacket. 16mo  over 5¾"  6¾" tall. Author Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. ILLUSTRATED Fair brown cloth. Slight wear. Missing spine and rear cover. 1883, 16mo, viii, 192pp. 16 page advertising catalogue bound in.

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1961. Second Printing . Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo  over 7¾"  9¾" tall. In statistics, as in other disciplines, a certain amount of pedagogical energy is devoted to mere terminological problems. This is inevitable, since the only channel of communication is terminology. Not until an author has examined several hundred standard references, in the process of increasing that number by one, does he realize the variation in the use of concepts...." Very good red cloth. Slight wear, sticker mark. previous owner name inside. 1961, 8vo, xv, 442pp.

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1 p.l., 53 pp. Large 4to, attractive modern marbled boards, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Göttingen: Dieterich, 1830. First separate edition, originally published in the Comm. recent. Soc. Gött., Vol. VII (182832). This is Gauss's "one contribution to capillarity and an important paper in the calculus of variations, since it was the first solution of a variational problem involving double integrals, boundary conditions, and variable limits."D.S.B., V, p. 305. Fine copy. ❧ Poggendorff, I, 85457.

Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1983. First Paperback Edition . Paperback. Fine/No Jacket. 8vo  over 7¾"  9¾" tall. Fine gray trade paperback. (1983), 8vo, xvi, [2], 169pp. [1], "Skilled geological enquiry depends upon careful observation, meticulous documentation and painstaking analysis, frequently on the basis of very little information. Statistical knowledge can provide a set of datahandling and decisionmaking tools to aid the geologist, and this book is about the methods relevant to geological problems."

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New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1915. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo  over 7¾"  9¾" tall. Very good green cloth. Some wear, soiling, previous owner name inside. 1915, 8vo, vii, 384pp. "Change from complex to real variable. We can readily deduce the law for the change of the independent variable in a definite integral of a complex variable. ..."

Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall , 1998 New; see scans and description. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1998. Mathematical Connections  A Modeling Approach to Business Calculus. The Villanova Project, Preliminary Edition, First Printing, by Bruce PollackJohnson and Audrey Frederick Borchardt. Quarto, illustrated glossy perfectbound wraps, 613 pp. (xix + 553 pp. + 36 pp. Appendices + 5 pp. Index). New; one of several sent by Prentice Hall to a Syracuse University mathematics professor, this one never having been used. See all scans. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box  not a bag. LT31

Engraved vignette on title & five folding engraved plates. Title in red & black. 1 p.l., 322 pp., 1 leaf of instructions to binder. Large 4to, cont. mottled calf (foot of upper joint carefully repaired), spine richly gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Lausanne & Geneva: M.M. Bousquet, 1744. First edition of the work which created the calculus of variations. This book, which displayed "an amount of mathematical genius seldom rivalled, contained his researches on the calculus of variation to the invention of which Euler was led by the study of the researches of Johann and Jakob Bernoulli...The study of isoperimetrical curves, the brachistochrone in a resisting medium and the theory of geodesics, previously treated by the elder Bernoullis and others, led to the creation of this new branch of mathematics, the Calculus of Variations. His method was essentially geometrical, which makes the solution of the simpler problems very clear."Cajori, A History of Mathematics, p. 234. Fine large copy from the library of Haskell F. Norman with bookplate. ❧ Dibner 111. D.S.B., IV, p. 479. Evans, First Editions of Epochal Achievements in the History of Science (1934), 9. Horblit 28. Roberts & Trent, Bibliotheca Mechanica, p. 104"For the purposes of mechanics, the significance of this work lies in the appendix, which deals with geometrical forms of elastic curves...The present work illustrates the first solution to the problem of the buckling of a column." Sparrow 60.

Several diagrams in the text. 1 p.l., 33 (i.e. 29) pp. Large 4to, orig. blue wrappers, uncut. London: W. Bulmer, 1814. First separate edition, with new pagination. This offprint belonged to Carl Friedrich Gauss, with the "GaussBibliothek" stamp on the title. This copy was no doubt sent by Herschel to Europe's leading mathematician. The present work is an important contribution to mathematical notation by Herschel, who was, with Charles Babbage and George Peacock, a founder of the famous Analytical Society, a group of Cambridge mathematical reformers. They wanted to leave behind the fluxional, Newtonian notation so prevalent in 18thcentury Britain and embrace the algebraically based conception of the calculus developed by Lagrange. In this work, Herschel professes "his belief in the fruitfulness of the method of separating the symbols of operation from those of quantity."S.E. Despeaux, "Very Full of Symbols" in Episodes in the History of Modern Algebra (18001950), (2007), ed. by J.J. Gray & K.H. Parshall, p. 54. Fine copy and rare. With the stamp of the Royal Observatory at Göttingen on upper wrapper (with release stamp on front pastedown endpaper) and title.