[mage lang=”” source=”flickr”]answers calculus early transcendentals[/mage] What’s the difference between these two mathematics textbooks?
For my MAT135Y1 Y course at University of Toronto St. George first-year Calculus course, I am to read “Single Variable Calculus Early Transcendentals 6th Edition” by James Stewart. I already have the “Calculus Early Transcendentals 6th Edition” by James Stewart on my computer as a pdf file, so I’m wondering whether I NEED to purchase the “Single Variable” version for this class. It costs about $180+ dollars so I would like to avoid purchasing it if my own version already contains all the information I need from the “Single Variable” one. Anyone who knows the basic content of both books or who can give some advice regarding this dilemma is welcome to answer!
Thanks in advance.
The Calculus Early Transcendentals 6th Edition version has what Americans call Calculus I,II,III. It goes up to multivariate calculus which you definitely won’t need for MAT135Y. The other edition is just the single variable part of the one you already have. You won’t have to do problems sets that you’ll have to submit so having a different set of problems isn’t bad. Though I’m not exactly sure if both of these texts actually do have different problems, I have a feeling they do. If you’d want to double check, you could email your professor about it and tell him your enrolled and you’d like to know for “self-study”.
Hope this helps!
intro of early transcendental calculus mth140 steward 6 edition