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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I learned my analysis from Ruden way back when. It fell apart from overuse so I got two books to replace it - Apostol and Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Forms: A Unified Approach by Hubbard - both very different in approach. But recently I have read Terry's two volume set is really good using a careful methodological approach. Do people think its worth getting? I don't refer to them as much as when I was teaching myself Rigged Hilbert Spaces and the like, so it would just be to see how a really modern mathematician like Terry would tackle it.

Thanks

Bill

Thanks

Bill