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Student Solutions Manual for Calculus (Multivariable)

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21 June 2013

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Contains worked-out solutions to all odd-numbered exercises in the multi-variable section of the Taalman/Kohn Calculus text.

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Contains worked-out solutions to all odd-numbered exercises in the multi-variable section of the Taalman/Kohn Calculus text.

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Resource for students with solutions to selected exercises in the main book, Calculus by Laura Taalman and Peter Kohn

Contains solutions for multi-variable chapters from Calculus by Laura Taalman and Peter Kohn.
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Laura Taalman is Professor of Mathematics at James Madison University, USA. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago and master's and PhD degrees in mathematics from Duke University. Her research includes singular algebraic geometry, knot theory, and the mathematics of games and puzzles. She is a recipient of both the Alder Award and the Trevor Evans award from the Mathematical Society of America, and the author of five books on Sudoku and the mathematics of Sudoku.

Peter Kohn is Professor of Mathematics at James Madison University, USA. He received his undergraduate degree from Antioch College, a master's degree from San Francisco State University, and a PhD in mathematics from the...

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Laura Taalman is Professor of Mathematics at James Madison University, USA. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago and master's and PhD degrees in mathematics from Duke University. Her research includes singular algebraic geometry, knot theory, and the mathematics of games and puzzles. She is a recipient of both the Alder Award and the Trevor Evans award from the Mathematical Society of America, and the author of five books on Sudoku and the mathematics of Sudoku.

Peter Kohn is Professor of Mathematics at James Madison University, USA. He received his undergraduate degree from Antioch College, a master's degree from San Francisco State University, and a PhD in mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin. His main areas of research are low-dimensional topology and knot theory.

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