Calculus for the Life Sciences: A Modeling Approach

Volume I. The First Year Course

Volume II. Difference and Differential Equations

**James L. Cornette and Ralph A. Ackerman,
Departments of Mathematics and
Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology,
Iowa
State University, Ames, Iowa 50011**

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Volume I is appropriate for students who have prepared for but have not studied calculus.

Volume II is suitable for students who have studied calculus and are interested in difference and differential equation models in the life sciences.

About Calculus for the Life
Sciences |
Acknowledgements |
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Descriptions of Volumes I and II |
The Authors |
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Volume I by Chapters |
Volume II by Chapters |
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Volume I,
Complete |
Volume II Complete | ||

Suggested Solutions to
Volume I Exercises |
Suggested Solutions appear at the end of each chapter of both volumes on the web. |

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Duane Nykamp of the University of Minnesota has a website, Math Insight, which is a collection of webpages and applets designed to shed light on concepts underlying a few topics in mathematics. Some of his pages (see links) are based on our material.

I would be very pleased to
have your comments about this work.

James L. Cornette,
cornette@iastate.edu
515-292-4344, Cell 515-451-0563