Although the book is called Calculus, this is an introduction to first year analysis.
Typical engineering students may be better off with other books, but for anyone who wants to become a mathematician this may well be the best.
If you really want to learn calculus and the proofs behind it, this is the book for you.
Brilliant book for real mathematicians. If you need calculus for applications then choose another text.Published 3 months ago by John
I received the 3rd edition unfortunately.
Hope to see more books like this.
I have not finished reading yet, but I am far-enough along to have developed an opinion. This is a great book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alexandre Zani
The prose in this book is perhaps the best writing on a technical subject I have ever seen. Calculus--a dry, boring, and mechanical subject for most other authors--is here... Read morePublished 8 months ago by jy
This book is a marvel for current (serious) math students, and for people who may one day find themselves teaching the subject, and want to choose best explanations for... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Eric Auld
If you want to learn why calculus works, this book is a must-have reference - covers most topics through Calc II.Published 13 months ago by Brandon J. Osborn