My course will rely on Anton, Bivens, and Davis’ **Calculus: Early Transcendentals**, 8th edition.

*The bicyclists have been a mystery to me since I first glanced at the book. No doubt an amazing calculus textbook can be written with a running bicycle theme, with bicycle-based problems. But this book is not that book.]*

**ONLINE TEXTBOOKS**

Gilbert Strang, Calculus

G.S. Gill, The Calculus Bible

Faraz Hussain, Understanding Calculus

John C. Sparks, Calculus without Limits

H. Jerome Keisler, Elementary Calculus: An Approach Using Infinitessimals

Lynn Loomis and Schlomo Sternberg, Advanced Calculus

Paul Garrett, Calculus Refresher

Dan Sloughter, Difference Equations to Differential Equations: An Introduction to Calculus

Dan Sloughter, Yet Another Calculus Text: A Short Introduction with Infinitessimals

**MIT OPEN COURSEWARE (18.01)**

MIT puts the materials (lecture notes, problem sets, exams, syllabi, etc.) for a number of their courses online. For the standard multivariable calculus course, there are two different sets of materials up:

18.01 (general) | Fall 2006 (Jerison): Assignments | Exams

18.01 (general) | Fall 2005 (Starr): Lecture Notes | Study Guides | Assignments | Exams

18.013A (applied) | Spring 2005 (Kleitman): Assignments

18.014 (theoretical) | Fall 2002 (Lachowska, Munkres): Lecture Notes | Assignments

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