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Joined: Sep 2005

thnx for the explantion stupidgurl2boiz
though, i really have no knowledge of the u-substitution u r referrig to
i 'll ask my calc teacher :) why he didnt teach us that form

btw, what book r u using??? i'd like to know cause the one we use is pretty lame and very vague on step by step procedure and explanation. its as if the book expects us to know half of the steps already!!!!

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Joined: Oct 2005

Yeah I know what you mean. I use the Larson, Holsteller and Edwards book Calculus 7th edition. I also use for my own personal benefit the book called How to Ace Calculus: The Streetwise Guide. That book saved my life! It was written by three college professors and tells calc concepts with humor and it really sticks. You can preview the book at www.howtoace.com

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