This book contains short lessons on topics in math and physics, written in a style that is jargon-free and to the point. Each lesson covers one concept at the depth required for a first-year... More > university-level course. The main focus of the book is to show the intricate connections between the concepts of mechanics and calculus. Often calculus and mechanics are taught as separate subjects. It shouldn't be like that. If you learn calculus without mechanics, it will be boring. If you learn mechanics without calculus, you won't truly understand. This textbook covers both subjects in an integrated manner and aims to highlight the connections between them.
In order to make learning calculus and mechanics more accessible, the book begins with a review chapter on numbers, algebra, equations, functions, and other prerequisite concepts from high school math. Anyone should be able to pick up this book and become proficient in calculus and mechanics, regardless of their mathematical background.< Less