Calculus with Multiple Variables, Essential Calculus Skills, Intermediate Algebra (especially the chapter on systems, if you don’t recall Cramer’s rule fluently), possibly Essential Trigonometry Skills (if you need a trig refresher), and maybe Logarithms and Exponentials (the last chapters include complex numbers and calculus) are what I would recommend.

]]>Been 30 years since Calculus I & II. I am preparing to take University class in Linear Algebra, that expects experience in MultiVariable Calculus. I want to buy copies of your books but I am not sure how far back I need to go in math. Maybe Geometry to Calculus III?

Can you recommend your titles that would prepare me?

Thank you.

Anthony

P.S. – I am pursuing a Masters in Data Science.

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I see that I did read it incorrectly the first time. You’re right: 6×9 isn’t oversize, which is great for the majority of books.

]]>From what I understand, longer than 9 inches and wider than 6.12 inches. So, 6×9 is safe, which probably is the standard, at least in the USA. I’m guessing about 90% of the books on Amazon are 6×9 inches. Say 3 million (probably more) books @ $.15 increase. That’s a tidy sum.

]]>15 cents is not much. From the way it was worded (perhaps I misread it), I thought 6×9 would also get the oversized charge. It sounds like maybe it isn’t considered oversized, which would be great, since this size is popular. Thank you for sharing.

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