A good problem book in undergraduate mathematics

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Does anyone know a good problem/exercise book in general undergraduate mathematics, the stuff covered by Arfken&Weber of Riley, Hobson and Bence: basically, vector algebra, analysis (real and complex),differential equations, algebra, vector analysis and maybe some geometry (analytical and differential) ?
I would strongly recommend 'Engineering mathematics' and 'Advanced engineering mathematics' by K.A. Stroud. Pretty much everything I know about maths I've learned from those two books. They are not set out in the standard fashion, but are made up of carefully structured programmes which progress in a logical fashion...

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