Authors Morris and Stark present students and academics with a comprehensive introduction to both

differential and integral calculus using real-world examples from a variety of fields, including entrepreneurship, economics, environmental science, and the social sciences.

Kuhfittig (Milwaukee School of Engineering) offers a textbook introducing

differential and integral calculus within a two-year technology program, but says it could also be used along with others in a four-year program.

Subsequent chapters present the major results of

differential and integral calculus of several variables as well as the theory of manifolds.

This intermediate-level textbook explains probability and statistics to undergraduate and graduate students in engineering, physical sciences, and management who have knowledge of college algebra,

differential and integral calculus, and some linear algebra concepts.

Dacorogna and Tanteri (both Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland) present a textbook for a second year course in

differential and integral calculus for engineering students who have previously completed a basic course in analysis.

Students are assumed to be adept with

differential and integral calculus, though only differential is really necessary because derivations involving integral calculus appear at the end of chapters.

The author has organized the main body of her text in eight chapters devoted to expansions with orthogonal polynomials,

differential and integral calculus, linear differential equations, partial differential equations, special functions, and a variety of other subjects.

Although the text is not a theoretical treatment, students should have background in

differential and integral calculus in order to understand the equations.