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  1. Vahsek

    A first course in Calculus by Lang

    The new editions do give epsilon-delta proofs in the appendix, I believe.
  2. Vahsek

    Recommend a physics&calculus book

    Then I guess that you should follow micromass' advice.
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    Recommend a physics&calculus book

    *Sighs*... Thanks for reminding me of that fact...
  4. Vahsek

    Recommend a physics&calculus book

    From experience, I'd say you can go to MIT's OCW, and start with calculus 1 and physics 1. The scholar courses do not require any textbooks, but you could consider some of the books already mentioned in this thread as a supplement (although I wouldn't bother about them at first, before...
  5. Vahsek

    Recommend a physics&calculus book

    It depends on what you already know: how much math/physics do you know so far? Which grade are you in?
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