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Many say it is second or third year level.
Spivak, Michael. Calculus. Cálculo Infinitesimal. Segunda edición by Michael Spivak – PDF Drive
But if you are looking to learn mathematics–in this case, calculus–then get your ass over this book and start engaging the grey matter. I have to make this disclaimer because sadly, in today’s day and age, it is almost too much to ask of someone. Jun 30, Gal Barkai rated it it was amazing.
As a student, it has been very helpful in terms of introducing me to the wonderful world of proof-based mathematics. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. All that is necessary is a solid understanding of high school pre-calculus and mathematical curiousity. This is a very good introduction to calculus and higher mathematics.
This review first appeared on my blog here. Many calculus texts motivate the study of the material with physics problems.
Spivak, Michael. Calculus. Cálculo Infinitesimal. Segunda edición
Spivak does not, although he does point out the applications. As other posters have said, if you are going to be a mathematics or physics major, there is no reason to even look at another calculus text. I think the following needs to be said for someone who has never had any experience with calculus and wants to read this book: Because of this, the book is certain to be useful to mathematics students–those approaching calculus for the first time, claculo those who wish to gain deeper insight into the mathematical bases for differentiation and integration.
For students with an interest in how analysis can be used in apparently unrelated parts of mateematics, a number of advanced sections give proofs of such topics as the transcendence of the number e, and a construction of the real numbers from set theoretic principles.
Supplement Spivak’s book with some applied problems. Because of this, the book is certain to be useful to mathematics students–those approaching calculus for the first time, or those who wish to gain deeper insig Simply the best of its kind.
Rather, the development of the indinitesimal here proceeds from mathematical considerations.
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Textbook for Mathematicsfirst-year at University of Toronto. It hol Many have said it before me, and allow me to say it again: His book Calculus takes a very rigorous and theoretical infinitesial to introductory calculus. It was my first real no pun intended introduction to Calculus, and oh was it worth it. Only after picking it up I figured why my Math professors said math is a beautiful and logical subject, I really can’t stress how much this book changed my perspective.
It is how the calculus was developed and is a great tool for intuitively understanding lots of problems. There are even occasional jokes, both in the text and the index.
There is a modern framework for infinitesimals called non-standard analysis. First-year or prospective mathematics majors. Seriously, just get your head around what deductions are and what the principle of mathematical induction is.
Were I to want to re-learn calculus, I’d start here.
Mar 01, Jose Moa rated it it was amazing Shelves: Is a pure mathematics text and has no mention of physical or tecnological use Walter Ruiz rated it it was amazing Nov 24, Published January 1st by Publish or Perish first published Don’t get lost in the proofs and forget about the many amazing, practical problems calculus helps us solve. Oct 30, Alec rated it it was amazing Shelves: Calculus was the very first textbook I read for my university degree.
Spivak’s celebrated calculk is widely held as one of the finest introductions to mathematical analysis.
By far the best introduction to calculus and real analysis. View all 3 comments. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.
Simply the best of its kind. I recommend a Fitch-style natural deductive system. This is a beautiful exposition of the theory of calculus from the axiomatic approach with full motivation and proof of the major theorems and some interesting facts that are seldom presented at this level. One of the very best “Introduction to Real Analysis” books. Mar 20, arash rated it it was amazing Shelves: Not to mention the generous margins for scribbling a homage to Diophantus and Fermat perhaps practically beg the reader to try his hand in proving the theorems and exercises stated in it.
May 08, Guillermo Macbeth rated it it was amazing. Refresh and try again. Calculus was the product of many hard years of trying to make progress on problems concerning finding tangents and areas to curves, and trying to mathematically analyse bodies in motion. Jul 07, Ilya Zarembsky rated it it was amazing.
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Este libro posee todos estos felices atributos, incluyendo la dificultad de los ejercicios que propone. Jan calxulo, Maria-rose Kalafatis rated it liked it. Matt Steadman rated it it was amazing Dec 03,