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 10 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 12 months ago by Nate
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 16 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
Perhaps my love of this text is because I was one of those students who only wanted to know how to use a derivative or integral to solve a physical problem when I took my first... Read morePublished on August 27, 2010 by mark
The name above should read: Old-Time Math HOBBYIST!
Sorry about that! Oh, the vagaries of aging ... to the review of Apostol One:
Oh, the memories! Read more