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Olinick’s Mathematical Models in the Social and Life Sciences concentrates not on physical models, but on models found in biology, social science, and daily life. This text concentrates on a relatively small number of models to allow students to study them critically and in depth, and balances practice and theory in its approach. Each chapter concluded with suggested projects that encourage students to build their own models, and space is set aside... more...

This calculus book has been updated to include calculator/computer technology. The broad use of applications and the examples and exercises aim to reinforce conceptualization of the subject matter. In addition to covering topics in calculus of a single variable, this book also includes third semester calculus material.