"Wow, my high school calculus book is now back in print. Originally entitled simply as "The Calculus" it was part of the Doubleday college course guides series. First published in 1963. An excellent book."

"Is there a finer book on calculus than Swokowski's textbook? I don't think so! It was THE standard text for intro university level calculus for years. Never goes out of style."

"Larson teaches his subject through examples. Works well for me but math profs may not like it. I've linked to 2nd edition but it's up to something ridiculous like 8 or 9 now."

"Don't let the title fool you; It's not really chemistry oriented (well, except for those hardcore physical/theoretical chemists who do lots of math). This highly useful book covers most of the math required of physical scientists and engineers in university. Beautifully layed out."

"lots of calculus here for all you budding engineers. Look into buying all of Ken Stroud's math books. see my listmania list for a complete rundown of all his titles."

"I also like these 2 books by Stanley I. Grossman. Volume 1 is a standard work on single variable calculus. Grossman is good because he doesn't belabor the subject to the point of exhaustion. I especially like his coverage of integration methods - just the right length."

"Volume 2 is ostensibly on multivariable calculus, linear algebra and ordinary differential equations (ODE). Makes sense to cover these topics together in 1 book. But, in reality, Grossman emphasizes linear algebra and vector calculus. The ODE part is not complete enough to replace a semester course in this area."