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"Real" Applied or Applications of Calculus books/textbooks

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If you understand the ideas in calculus then you will be able to apply it to any category of problems. Generally there will be sufficient information regarding the subject as part of the question that you would be able to apply the mathematics to the problem. I don’t think you should worry too much about what type of applications you are solving for, just focus on the math part.
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I'm not sure if this will be what you'r looking for, but have a look at "Calculus with Applications" and "Multivariable Calculus with Applications" by Lax.
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The standard calc books (Stewart, Larson, etc) should have those questions. Oxtoby and Gillis is a calculus-based geberal chemistry book.

If you just want credit I would suggst you brush up with Paul's online math notes

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