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Michael Livshits

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Some interesting references
Posted: Sep 10, 1998 9:27 PM
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Here are some references that some can find interesting,
the first 2 are related to "no limits" approach to differentiation,
in one and many variables correspondingly, the third is the whole
Calculus course using a "no limits" approach to differentiation.

The Derivative a la Caratheodory, AMM Vol. 98, No. 1 (Jan. 1991) p. 40
Frechet vs. Caratheodory, AMM (1994) p. 332-328
An Infinite Series Approach to Calculus, by Susan Bassein, 1993,
Publish or Perish, Inc. Houston, TX (ISBN 0-914098-27-6)








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