Description - Advantage Calculus by Eugene Zassoko
When it comes to Calculus, Physics, or Chemistry, students need these Advantage self-study guides.Each Advantage study guide unravels the mystery, explains the theories, and provides the step-by-step practice and instructions to help students solve problems and prepare for exams.Each guide contains the following invaluable tools: a synopsis of course contentshort tutorialssummarized terms and referencesfully worked examples with explanationspractice problems with solutions (including a wide variety of problem types)practice unit test with solutionspractice examsStudents who have mastered calculus, physics, and chemistry all talk of that breakthrough moment when what had seemed impenetrable was replaced with understanding, when suddenly what they had perceived as enormously difficult became incredibly clear. The straightforward instructions in each of these valuable companions are designed to augment in-class learning. The tutorials and solved problems are there to clarify difficult concepts giving students the Advantage they need to achieve full understanding.If you conscientiously do your work, success will follow. Calculus is worth the effort. - "Eugene Zassoko"
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Format: Paperback / softback
(275mm x 214mm x 21mm)
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Author Biography - Eugene Zassoko
Eugene Zassoko is a former graduate of Markham District High School and is currently in his 4th year at the University of Toronto studying Aeronautical Engineering. In his spare time he enjoys reading, sports, particularly hockey and baseball, riding his bike, and going to the gym.Doug Mitchell has a degree in mathematics from the University of Toronto. For the past 20 years he has been a high school Mathematics teacher in the York Region District School Board. For the past 8 years he has taught and mentored the Advanced Placement Calculus course, which is equivalent to half a University credit.