Calculus Made Easy

Calculus Made Easy by Silvanus P. Thompson is one of the few truly classic and elegant introductions to Calculus available; it was first published in 1910 and is still relevant today. This book is a fantastic and accessible resource for anyone interested in understanding calculus, regardless of having a background in math or not. It is an invaluable tool for teachers trying to pass on the basics and more advanced concepts of Calculus.

However, due to Calculus Made Easy’s age, people interested in this wonderful work had difficulty reading it until recently. Jiri Nadvornik hand-converted the PDF version from Project Gutenberg to HTML, allowing readers worldwide access to Calculus Made Easy through a useful format and ensuring that no one misses out on this math gem!

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