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I need a book -- that has lots of practice derivatives and integrals. Of course the text book we are using (Stewart) has lots of them but they are divided up by technique. But of course the test is not like that it has all the techniques scrambled together and that is what I need to practice. I will need something that has the answers with it. Maybe an AP study book or something? Anyone know of anything like that?

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    Elementary Integral Calculus http://freebookspot.es/Comments.aspx?Element_ID=225036 Text Book of Integral Calculus http://freebookspot.es/Comments.aspx?Element_ID=39338 you can search more books for the same author see what suits your study best ,, he put examples with their complete solutions

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