Single-variable Calculus Problems (and some solutions, too!)

This is a compilation of a lot of quizzes, tests, and exams, and many of their solutions, from some of the calculus courses taught by the author at Trent University.

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**Publication date**: 07 Aug 2011

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Single-variable Calculus Problems (and some solutions, too!)

This is a compilation of a lot of quizzes, tests, and exams, and many of their solutions, from some of the calculus courses taught by the author at Trent University.

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Stefan Bilaniuk wrote:This is a compilation of a lot of quizzes, tests, and exams, and many of their solutions, from some of the calculus courses taught by the author at Trent University. Typos and other errors have been preserved for your enjoyment! Most of the content of this compilation can have no claim to originality and should properly be in the public domain. (It is very unlikely that, say, there is any integral worked out here that had never been worked out before or that was worked out here in an essentially new way.) Any original content, plus such trivialities as the arrangement of the material, is

Copyright (c) 2011 Stefan Bilaniuk

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About The Author(s)

Stefan Bilaniuk is Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Trent University. His interests are in combinatorial set theory, particularly problems about Souslin trees, and in geometry, on non-Desarguesian projective planes. He has also worked a bit on binary codes.

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