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franz32 Jun10-04 08:05 AM

Recommended and great books
 
Hello everyone!

Can you recommend me book(s) in integral calculus and set theory
that are great in details and that it contain lots of basic and challenging
practices?

One book for my studies is not enough. =)

Gokul43201 Jun10-04 10:20 AM

I like Piskunov for integral calculus. Tons of problems.

fourier jr Jun10-04 10:30 AM

Well Hardy's 'A Course of Pure Mathematics' has some monstrosities if you're into integral calculus.

For set theory I'd get Patrick Suppes' Axiomatic Set Theory & the one by Kamke (can't remember exactly what it's called)


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