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  • Calculus Student Study Guide Part 2
    by Ross Finney
    ISBN 0201534258 (0-201-53425-8)
    Softcover, Addison Wesley Publishing Company

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    The second edition of this book features new chapter openers which focus on a person who uses calculus in everyday life, real-life applications and exercises. "New Grapher", "Writing to Learn" and "Critical Thinking" exercises have been added to the exercise sets. This book is intended for mainstream three semester calculus course within a wide variety of majors.

  • George Thomas: Elements of Calculus and Analytic Geometry/Student Study Guide
  • Finney, Ross: Finney/ Thomas Calculus Custom Bundle with Special Ssm's I and II
  • Student's Study Guide: ET Pt. 1
    by George B. Thomas, Ross Finney
    ISBN 0201710080 (0-201-71008-0)
    Softcover, Addison Wesley

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    The first part of a students study guide to accompany the tenth edition of Thomas' Calculus Early Transcendentals, prepared by Ross L. Finney, Maurice D. Weir, and Frank R. Giordano in 2001.

  • Thinking About Music: The Collected Writings of Ross Lee Finney
    by Ross Finney
    ISBN 0817305211 (0-8173-0521-1)
    Hardcover, University Alabama Press

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    Thinking about Music presents the thoughts, ideas, and musings of one of the most important American composers and musical pedagogues of this century. American music, the American artist, American musical education, and the interrelationship of all these with the broader American culture were the concern of Finney during nearly 50 years of an active professional life. This volume of Finneys writings is one of the products of his year (1982-83) as holder of the Endowed Chair in Music at the University of Alabama. From among his many essays, public lectures, and speeches, twenty titles have been selected to express the essence of Finneys thoughts about music and culture, some appearing here for the first time in print. Born in Wells, Minnesota, December 23, 1906, reared in Valley Coty, North Dakota, and Minneapolis, where he studied with Donald N. Ferguson at the University of Minnesota, Finney received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Carleton College. After study with Nadia Boulanger and Alban Berg in Europe, Finney returned home to a career as a composer and professor that has spanned six decades. Finney offers the unique perspective of a major American composer covering the most important half-century (ca. 1930-1980) in the history of American music. Finney was an important observer and participant in that period of the flowering of American are music. As the volume spans a variety of subjects it is not strictly for musicians, and is particularly cogent on matters of the relationship of art, especially music, to American educations, and the relationship of the American artist to American culture. Finney was among the most successful teachers of composers in Americas history and his ideas about music, art and the training of musicians and artists, therefore, are particularly important.


  • Thomas' Calculus: Pt. 1
    by George Thomas, Ross Finney , Jan D. Weir
    ISBN 020144142X (0-201-44142-X)
    Hardcover, Addison Wesley

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    Book by Thomas, George, Finney, Ross, Weir, Jan D.

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