Thomas’ Calculus – George B. Thomas, Maurice D. Weir – 11th Edition


In preparing the eleventh edition of Thomas’ Calculus, we wanted to keep the style of previous versions and preserve the strengths detected in them. Our goal has been, therefore, to identify the best features of the classic editions of the work and, at the same time, carefully attend to the suggestions of our many users and reviewers.

In its eleventh edition, the text not only presents students with the methods and applications of calculus, but also proposes a totally mathematical way of thinking. From the exercises, the examples and the development of the concepts revealed by the theory in a readable language, this book focuses on the thought and communication of mathematical ideas. Calculus is closely related to many of the key paradigms of mathematics and lays the foundation for accurate and logical reflection around physical and mathematical subjects. Our purpose is to help students achieve the mathematical maturity required to master the material and apply their knowledge in an integral manner.

Both the eBook and the Solution Manual are divided into three parts, for the two volumes (Calculus One Variable and Multivariable) and separated by chapters for a better distribution, all in PDF format. It contains application of real problems and topics such as: Limits and continuity, Derivatives, Derivatives applications, Integration, Applications of defined integrals, Tasks, Integration techniques, Integration applications.

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  • Preliminaries.
    2. Limits and Derivatives.
    3. Differentiation.
    4. Applications of Derivatives.
    5. Integration.
    6. Applications of Definite Integrals.
    7. Transcendental Functions.
    8. Techniques of Integration.
    9. Further Applications of Integration.
    10. Conic Sections and Polar Coordinates.
    11. Infinite Sequences and Series.
    12. Vectors and the Geometry of Space.
    13. Vector-Valued Functions and Motion in Space.
    14. Partial Derivatives.
    15. Multiple Integrals.
    16. Integration in Vector Fields.

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