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Not sure where this really fits since it's been so long that I've been here (I didn't recognize that this was a new forum until I checked the URL...), so mods - if this is a wrong forum, feel free to move it. Thank you.

 

This fall, I'll be taking Physical Chemistry as a part of my major. My issue is that I haven't taken calculus since my junior year, when I took AP Calculus BC exam and got 5. I'm strong at mathematics but because I haven't touched it so long (I'll be junior in college this fall), I'm worried that I'll be behind in mathematics for p-chem.

 

So, I have two books that I'm considering, and I would appreciate any feedback from people who have used it or know somebody who did.

 

Thank you!

 

http://www.amazon.com/Applied-Mathematics-Physical-Chemistry-3rd/dp/0131008455/ref=pd_sim_b_3

 

http://www.amazon.com/Mathematics-Physical-Chemistry-Donald-McQuarrie/dp/1891389564

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