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Dear Fellows, You can download recommended book of MTH101 and MTH301 course from the following link
Title: Calculus - Early Transcendentals
Author: Howard Anton
File Size: 20.1 MB
Download Link: http://hotfile.com/dl/138767038/086e4d1/Calculus_Early_Transcendent...(9th)_-_Howard_Anton.pdf.html
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Thanks for sharing , but are you sure that this is Calculus II because I think that most of its content is that of MTH101 means calculus 1
Actually the books with title "Calculys Early Transcendentals" are written for 3 semester Calculus course, Calculus I, II and III.
This book covers all the material that is taught in Calculus 1. In VU, in MTh301 course, we were taught some topics at the end that are not covered in Calculus I, II and III courses (i.e. Laplace Transforms, Fourier Series). Therefore, you will not find these topics in this book. But you will find anything else taught in MTH301 in this book.
can u explain as i am confused
main keh raha hoon k MTH301 k saray topics iss book mein hain.. siwaye aakhir mein jo Laplace transforms aur Fourier series discuss ki gayi hain na.. woh iss book mein nahin hain.. woh iss liay nahin hain kyun k laplace Transforms aur Fourier Series "DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS" k course k topics hain....
umeed hai aap ko samajh aa gayi ho gi ab
Thanks... But this doesn't cover 3D Geometry side.. I actually downloaded from Torrents...
are u sure this is calculus-II coz i think its calculus I