One that is suitable for self-study and doesn't require me to constantly ask the internet for clarifications.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

'Understanding Analysis' by Stephen Abbott and 'Real Mathematical Analysis' by C.C. Pugh seem suitable but unfortunately I can't find a solutions manual

Thanks

EDIT:

Also I need a Linear Algebra text! Is Hoffman's Linear Algebra recommended as a first course in LA (self study also)? I've read the Amazon reviews and like most texts, some think it is, some don't. I bought Shilov's Linear Algebra (it's cheap) to see what LA is all about but it seems a bit terse for me.

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# After a Real Analysis book that has solutions (for self-study)

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