Applied Calculus, 6th Edition Applied Calculus, 6th Edition Deborah Hughes-Hallett, Andrew Gleason, Patti Lock, and Daniel Flath WileyPLUS for Applied Calculus, 6th Edition combines a modern digital environment with proven pedagogy. Enjoy the freedom to move forward in the course by addressing student preparation or remediation through built-in algebra and trigonometry refresher material and adaptive practice. This text continues the Harvard Consortium’s effort to promote courses in which understanding and computation reinforce each other to reduce complicated problems to simple procedures without losing sight of the practical value of mathematics. The sixth edition continues to support interactive classrooms and provides instructors and students with well-crafted problems that promote student learning. 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Enhance your homework assessments with flexible, accurate, and reliable symbolic palette entry and real-time manipulation of graphs. What’s New Over 100 NEW author created worked example videos which provide students the opportunity to see and hear the text’s examples being explained and worked out in detail. Strengthen Your Understanding true/false problems that focus on conceptual understanding. ConcepTest questions or clicker questions, modeled on the pioneering work of Harvard physicist Eric Mazur, are questions designed to promote active learning during class, particularly (but not exclusively) in large lectures. Evaluation data showed that students taught with ConcepTests outperformed students taught by traditional lecture methods 73% versus 17% on conceptual questions, and 63% versus 54% on computational problems. Origin of the Text: A Community of Instructors This text, like others we write, draws on the experience of a diverse group of authors and users. We have benefitted enormously from input from a broad spectrum of instructors—at research universities, four-year colleges, community colleges, and secondary schools. For Applied Calculus, the contributions of colleagues in biology, economics, medicine, business, and other life and social sciences have been equally central to the development of the text. It is the collective wisdom of this community of mathematicians, teachers, and natural and social scientists that forms the basis for the new edition. Deborah Hughes-Hallett David O. Lomen Karen Rhea Patti Frazer Lock David Lovelock Ayşe Şahin Daniel E. Flath Guadalupe I. Lozano Adam Spiegler Andrew M. Gleason William G. McCallum Jeff Tecosky-Feldman Eric Connally Brad G. Osgood Thomas W. Tucker Selin Kalaycıoğlu Cody L. Patterson Aaron D. Wooton Brigitte Lahme Douglas Quinney 1. Functions and Change2. Rate of Change: The Derivative3. Short-Cuts to Differentiation4. Using the Derivative5. Accumulated Change: The Definite Integral6. 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