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(210mm x 134mm x 13mm)
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Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company
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Author Biography - W.Michael Kelley
W. Michael Kelley taught high school math for seven years; during that time he received the Outstanding High School Mathematics Teacher award from the Maryland Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Additionally, he taught calculus for five years at the college level. He currently works at the University of Maryland as an Academic Technology Coordinator for the College of Education. He runs a Web site for calculus help at www.calculus-help.com.