# Resources

### Erin Horst

There are many resources available for beginning (and advanced)
caluculus students. For those of you interested in print material
consider reviewing the following:

- Adams, C., Hass, J., & Thompson, A. (1998)
*How to
ace calculus: The streetwise guide*. New York: W.H. Freeman
& Co.
- Adams, C., Hass, J., & Thompson, A. (2001)
*How to
ace the rest of calculus: The streetwise guide: Including multi-variable
calculus.* New York: W.H. Freeman & Co.
- Connally, E., Hughes-Hallett, D., Gleason, A., Cheifetz,
D., Flath, D., Lock, P., et al. (2003).
*Functions modeling
change: A preparation for calculus*. John Wiley & Sons

For those of you interested in electronic material, consider
reviewing the following:

- Mathworld: An
eletronic encyclopedia of mathematical information.
- Calculus.org: An electronic
resource with tutorials, step-by-step problems, and applets.
- Dr. Math: An electronic
resource where mathematicians answer questions posed by viewers.

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