Often calculus and mechanics are taught as separate subjects. It shouldn't be like that. Learning calculus without mechanics is incredibly boring. Learning mechanics without calculus is missing the point. This textbook integrates both subjects and highlights the profound connections between them. This is the deal. Give me 350 pages of your attention, and I'll teach you everything you need to know about functions, limits, derivatives, integrals, vectors, forces, and accelerations. This book is the only math book you'll need for the first semester of undergraduate studies in science. With concise, jargon-free lessons on topics in math and physics, each section covers one concept at the level required for a first-year university course. Anyone can pick up this book and become proficient in calculus and mechanics, regardless of their mathematical background.
Disha’s SSC English Language Guide is designed for students appearing for SSC exams such as CGL/ CHSL/ MTS/ GD Constable/ Stenographer. It is a kind of book that focusses on mastering techniques to crack these examinations. • Structure of the book: The book has been divided into 18 chapters. Each chapter consists of: Theory with Examples; Level I Exercise; Level II Exercise; Solutions to the 2 levels of exercises • Level I – This level target is to expose the students to solve problems based on the concepts they have learned in theory part. The student develops a good foundation. • Level II – This is a collection of moderate problems which will test a student on the application of the concepts. The problems provide a good platform to develop a very good problem solving aptitude so as to take up the competitive exams. • The detailed solution to each and every question has been provided immediately after at the end of the 2 exercises. • The book contains past questions of various SSC exams.
Grandpa Ganja's High School Survival Guide is a how-to book for American kids who are in high school now or will be soon. It's about learning how to get passing grades with a minimal amount of work by applying deviousness and cunning. Learn how to get a good class schedule, write phony absence notes, survive parent conferences, evade homework, out-wit crooks and bullies, con the principal, and much more.
Sam Butler thinks his life should be about pastern dermatitis, least common denominators and the sophomore pole vaulter from Slovenia. But it isn’t. Sam is a retired widower, who lives a quiet, well-ordered life looking after a small herd of off-the-track Thoroughbreds. Ellen Quincy is a home-schooled ‘tweener, whose family raises chickens on the other side of the highway. Lynda Stratford is a young physics professor from the nearby university. This odd and non-romantic triangle forms in the fall of 2012, and the story follows the three of them for the next six months, a half-year in which Sam’s life is turned inside-out, profoundly and perhaps forever changed. It’s a story about love and friendship, about loyalty and its breach, about what’s lost and what’s found. A story about horses, lasers, and a young girl, wondering about life, death and what follows.