# Calculus/Acknowledgements

< Calculus

### AcknowledgementsEdit

Portions of this book have been copied from relevant Wikipedia articles.

### ContributorsEdit

In alphabetical order (by surname or display name):

- Aaron Paul (AKA Grimm)
- "Professor M." (no user page available)
- Chaotic llama
- User:Cronholm144
- User:Fephisto
- User:Juliusross
- User:Rgdboer (Hyperbolic angle)
- User:Stranger104
- User:Whiteknight

### Further ReadingEdit

The following books list Calculus as a prerequisite:

#### Other Calculus TextbooksEdit

Other calculus textbooks available online:

- Calculus Refresher by Paul Garrett, notes on first-year calculus (PDF/TeX).
*Difference Equations to Differential Equations: An Introduction to Calculus*by Dan Sloughter, available under a Creative Commons license (PDF).*The Calculus of Functions of Several Variables*by Dan Sloughter, available under a Creative Commons license (PDF).- Lecture Notes for Applied Calculus (PDF) by Karl Heinz Dovermann, first-semester calculus without using limits.
*Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus*by William Granville (1911), a classic calculus textbook now available online in various forms. (It is also partially available at Wikisource.)*Calculus*(3rd Ed., 1994) by Michael Spivak, is a more rigorous introductory calculus textbook.*Top-down Calculus*by S. Gill Williamson, available under a Creative Commons license (PDF).

Other printed calculus textbooks:

- Apostol, Tom M.
*Calculus*.; This two-volume set provides a rigorous introduction to calculus.

##### Using infinitesimalsEdit

*Elementary Calculus: An Approach Using Infinitesimals*(2nd Ed., 1986) by H. Jerome Keisler, an out-of-print nonstandard calculus textbook now available online under a Creative Commons license (PDF).*Yet Another Calculus Text*by Dan Sloughter, an introduction to calculus using infinitesimals available under a Creative Commons license (PDF).*Calculus*by Benjamin Crowell, an introduction to calculus available under a Creative Commons license (PDF). Also see Crowell's "Five Free Calculus Textbooks" (2004) review on Slashdot.

#### Interactive WebsitesEdit

- Online interactive exercises on derivatives
- Visual Calculus - Interactive Tutorial on Derivatives, Differentiation, and Integration
- Planet Math: A wiki-style math reference.

#### Other ResourcesEdit

- Notes on Integration Techniques: Structured, comprehensive lecture notes scanned and uploaded to Wikimedia Commons.