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    Can anyone suggest a good book for Calculus short tricks?

    hi,

    Im preparing for a quick multiple choice test in mathematics. I'd get about a minute for each question. Is there any book where i'd find quick rules, tricks, methods, to solve my questions. (like say, Le Hospital Rule was a quick method of solving "some" functions).

    The Chapters included in that test would be,

    Matrices, Functions Limits, Integration, differentiation, Analytical Geometry etc. You get the basic idea.

    Please dont tell me that this is not the proper place to post such a question because i know it isnt. But i could not find another proper place to post my question.

    Thanks in advance.
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    The location is fine. The question isn't. Why would there be a book of tricks? This has little to do with mathematics. Learning how to learn is the trick of greatest value. One doesn't need much of a book for that. It takes work.

    My views. I welcome others.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by khamaar View Post
    hi,

    Im preparing for a quick multiple choice test in mathematics. I'd get about a minute for each question. Is there any book where i'd find quick rules, tricks, methods, to solve my questions. (like say, Le Hospital Rule was a quick method of solving "some" functions).

    The Chapters included in that test would be,

    Matrices, Functions Limits, Integration, differentiation, Analytical Geometry etc. You get the basic idea.

    Please dont tell me that this is not the proper place to post such a question because i know it isnt. But i could not find another proper place to post my question.

    Thanks in advance.
    Schaums Mathematical Handbook of tables and formulas. These are not 'tricks' though.
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