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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I am looking to learn more about Calculus.

I have done High School Calculus.

I understand how to find the derivative, or definite integral(anti-derivative), in the following:

Quotient Rule

Chain Rule

Product Rule

Logs (10)

Trigonometry

I understand how to apply them, and there functions. (Maxima/Minima, Optimization)

I know about finding the area under the curves.

I need a textbook, or book with details, that will take me to the next level.

If possible, maybe list what the book includes.

Also, I am looking for a good book on Geometry. Any book that will allow me to study Non-Euclidean Geometry, Differential Geometry, and Tensors. They can be separate books of course.

Just to make things clear, I would like to learn Relativity. It sounds far-fetched, but if you so happen to know the best way, inform me. I'm not looking for the quickest way really; I am looking for the path in which I will understand and know what I am doing, and know what the numbers are telling me.

I learn quickly independently, so I recommend books that pick up the paste. This isn't to go fast, but merely so I don't get bored. I'm the type of person who enjoys it when the book leaves a few things out, and you somehow figure it out doing questions. If I don't figure it out, I simply look it up in another book.

THANKS!

I have done High School Calculus.

I understand how to find the derivative, or definite integral(anti-derivative), in the following:

Quotient Rule

Chain Rule

Product Rule

Logs (10)

Trigonometry

I understand how to apply them, and there functions. (Maxima/Minima, Optimization)

I know about finding the area under the curves.

I need a textbook, or book with details, that will take me to the next level.

If possible, maybe list what the book includes.

Also, I am looking for a good book on Geometry. Any book that will allow me to study Non-Euclidean Geometry, Differential Geometry, and Tensors. They can be separate books of course.

Just to make things clear, I would like to learn Relativity. It sounds far-fetched, but if you so happen to know the best way, inform me. I'm not looking for the quickest way really; I am looking for the path in which I will understand and know what I am doing, and know what the numbers are telling me.

I learn quickly independently, so I recommend books that pick up the paste. This isn't to go fast, but merely so I don't get bored. I'm the type of person who enjoys it when the book leaves a few things out, and you somehow figure it out doing questions. If I don't figure it out, I simply look it up in another book.

THANKS!

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