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Be prepared to use your brain, though. Is a pure mathematics text and has no mention of physical or tecnological use As an aside, there cwlculo an answer book that enhances its value. I recommend a Fitch-style natural deductive system.

Spivak, Michael. Calculus. Cálculo Infinitesimal. Segunda edición

Rather, the development of the calculus here proceeds from mathematical considerations. Jul 07, Ilya Zarembsky rated it it was amazing. Not really sure why so many people rate this book so highly. Mar 05, Ayush Bhat rated it it was amazing. It holds your hand at the sidewalk, and then casts you into the traffic while crossing the road.

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Calculus by Michael Spivak

As well calcu,us being a fine description of the basics of analysis mostly real, with a toe in the deep water of complex functionsit is an excelent book to ease the transition from mathematics as taught at school level to the rigours of university mathematics.


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Apr 16, Jace Davies rated it it was amazing. As a student, it has been very helpful in terms of introducing me to the wonderful world of proof-based mathematics.

Spivak, Michael. Calculus. Cálculo Infinitesimal. Segunda edición by Michael Spivak – PDF Drive

This review first appeared on my blog here. Of especial use to the budding mathematician are the points where Spivak discusses potential proof strategies for the theorems, often explaining the pitfalls that student taking a naive approach could fall into.

A peerless, beautifully written exploration of sequences, series and the calculus. May 12, Ronald Lett rated it it was amazing Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Many say it is second or third year level. It is well structured, clear and precises, it made me love the subject because for the first time I saw it presented for the logical wonder it is, infiniteesimal as an assortment of formulas to be used.

It is used in calculus courses, particularly those with a pure mathematics emphasis, at many universities. It is such a very very good and usefull book in Calculus course.

Sep 20, Gavin Rebeiro rated it liked it Shelves: Aug 29, Samuel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Unlike many writers of textbooks in mathematics, Spivak makes a big effort to give more than a dry exposition: It’s a Berekley Infinitesimmal book and it covers even Analysis 1. Published January 1st by Publish or Perish first published Textbook for Mathematicsfirst-year at University of Toronto.


Spivak will teach you about calculus but if you don’t have the prerequisite logic, you won’t really understand what’s going on. It was my first real no pun intended introduction to Calculus, and oh was it worth it. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.

By far the best introduction to calculus and real analysis. Michael David Spivak is a mathematician specializing in differential geometry, an expositor of mathematics, and the founder of Publish-or-Perish Press. Return to Book Page.

The best mathematics book I have read. Refresh and try again. Calculus was not just the first university textbook I read, but one of the best. Mar 20, arash rated it it caldulus amazing Shelves: Were I to want to re-learn calculus, I’d start here. A lot of mathematics was developed this way, so understanding the motivation is of ultimate importance.