I highly recommend this book for anyone with a serious interest in higher mathematics.
The writing of the book is very good and rigorous, and it covers some topics that are not present in most calculus books.
The determined non-genius can read this book and genuinely benefit from it by dint of determination.
This 1 star rating is in no way a reflection of the beautifully lucid work by Apostol. Wiley and other publishers like Springer-Verlag seem to be on a upward greedy, money making... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Joseph Escriva
My one star rating regards the publisher (Wiley) and not the author (Apostol). First, both volume I and 2 are outrageously expensive. I have the 1967 (Vol. 1) and 1969 (Vol. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David
You could get twelve other analysis books that are of comparable quality. It's a scam for the publisher to charge this type of prize.Published 4 months ago by Nate
While this book deserves the good reviews it has received, I don't think it is very useful for anyone that is not already versed in the subject matter. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Quinton Fox
It will be a dark day for mankind indeed if these two volumes should ever go out of print. That being said I hope the AMS gets their hands on the publishing rights because these... Read morePublished 8 months ago by BartholomewHavok
For the scientist in training, Apostol 1 and 2 are must-haves to learning calculus.
I had the privilege of learning Calculus from the author himself at Caltech, using... Read more
The two volumes of Apostol's "Calculus" must be linked to his "Mathematical Analysis".
I consider "Mathematical Analysis" as the third volume, complement to Apostol's... Read more
The Best. Period. I have to write 20 more words but there is nothing left to say but Tommy I and Tommy II are the best.Published on March 29, 2012 by Charles Saunders
Y'all been holding out on me. I feel cheated. Hows come no one ever told me about this book before a few months ago? Awesome book, best Calculus text I've seen.Published on April 22, 2011 by Kevin C