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Topic: Self-studying calculus?
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Frederick Williams

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Re: Self-studying calculus?
Posted: Feb 27, 2010 9:59 AM
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Raziel wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm young (not that much, not that few) and I'm having problems at
> learning at school.
> I'm attending the high school, and I'm having most problems with limits
> and function continuity.
> May someone advice me for a good book about calculus ?

I learned analysis from Burkill, 'A first course in mathematical
analysis', CUP. Less than 200 pages which I think is a Good Thing.

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