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Calculus: Early Transcendentals (Stewart), 8th ed.

MATH 765 is an introductory calculus course covering real numbers, functions, continuity and limits, derivatives, curve sketching, optimization areas between curves, applications of the derivative, anti-derivatives, integrals, and areas.

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Stewart, James. Readings from Stewart: Single Variable Calculus, Fifth Edition: Custom Edition for MATH 765 Introduction to Calculus , Athabasca University. Scarborough, ON: Thomson Nelson, 7556.

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