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"Zill and Cullen is exceptionally well laid-out, making it easy for students to follow, with good examples, summaries, and straightforward exposition. Definitions, theorems, proofs, etc, are also clearly stated. Important results are nicely highlighted. Excellent review exercises are provided, with fill-in the blank and t/f type questions, as well as problems." "The exercises are a strength, with graded level of difficulty, with a few challenging problems for more capable students. Skill and concepts are well balanced in the exercises, and there are sufficient numbers of each; there are appropriate applications, both classic and modern. There are new problems employing CAS as well as lab exercise. These are a real plus."
"I consider Zill's book to be extremely well written overall with an excellent and wide ranging selection of problems." "Overall, I am impressed with the quality of the writing, the examples and the exercises in both the early and the late chapters and find it appropriate for both weak and strong students." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Dennis G. Zill is Professor of Mathematics at Loyola Marymount University. His interests are in applied mathematics, special functions, and integral transforms. Dr. Zill received his Ph.D. in applied mathematics and his M.S. from Iowa State University in 1967 and 1964, respectively. He received his B.A. from St. Mary's, Winona, MN, in 1962. Dr. Zill is also former chair of the Mathematics Department at Loyola Marymount University. He is also the author or co-author of 13 texts in mathematics.
Professor Michael Cullen, late of Loyola Marymount University, was awarded the President's Fritz B. Burns Distinguished Teaching Award for Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship in 1999. Dr. Cullen received his Ph.D. in complex variables from the University of Iowa in 1968. He received his M.S. from the University of Iowa in 1967 and his B.S. from Loyola University of Los Angeles in 1965. His interest was in biomathematics. Dr. Cullen also authored two texts in mathematics: MATHEMATICS FOR THE BIOSCIENCES and LINEAR MODELS IN BIOLOGY.