MATH6103: Differential and Integral Calculus
MATH6500: Elementary Mathematics for Engineers
This page has links to recommended books for the course. Back to MATH6103 page.
Introductions & Help
These books are recommended for extra help with the course and further practice.
- Teach Yourself Calculus by Paul Abbott and Hugh Neill:
This book has good explanations of what we cover in the course, with lots of worked examples and further practice. It's also very cheap second-hand (
£2.80 including postage, at least until you have bought them allYou bought all the cheapest ones! This and this look like a different versions of the same book and are still cheap.).
- AS & A Level Maths For Dummies by Colin Beveridge: covers most topics from the course in a clear manner.
- A-level maths and further maths text books: references to relevant sections are given in Notes in Brief. I recommend you borrow these from a library if possible as they are expensive and only some chapters are releveant!
Extension & Wider Reading
These books are recommended for reading more about the topics covered in the course.
- Introduction to Engineering Mathematics by Croft, Davison and Hargreaves: Recommended for engineering students
- Thomas' Calculus by Weir, Hass and Giordano: Similar to above, but more focussed on calculus