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    Chronological Order to Study Mathematics

    Another text that many people gush over is G. H. Hardy's A Course of Pure Mathematics. I've never read it, but at least a couple of editions of it are in the public domain. (Check archive.org.)
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    Chronological Order to Study Mathematics

    While Courant's book isn't as rigorous as Spivak's, it's certainly more rigorous than any of the more popular undergraduate texts. Stewart, for instance, is merely bearable: most of the proofs are there, dutifully interlarded, but they're generally useless with regard to the end-of-chapter...
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    Chronological Order to Study Mathematics

    Differential and Integral Calculus Vol I. -- Richard Courant Differential and Integral Calculus Vol II. -- Richard Courant Calculus with Analytic Geometry, 2nd Ed. -- George F. Simmons Calculus and Analytic Geometry, 4th Ed. -- George B. Thomas Linear Algebra -- Jim Hefferon Linear Algebra...
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