Hello everyone. Actually my father is willing to learn calculus. He is good in number system and trigonometry and other basic mathematics. He doesn't know about Calculus and Functions. So I want you to suggest some book, which is really good for a beginner in Calculus and I don't need problems in that book because my father is not going to write exams. He just wants to learn it. Is there any book which deals completely with Calculus intuitively?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks in advance.

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# A book for Intuitive understanding of Calculus

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