Awesome Self-Teaching Calculus Book!!! Hey everyone! Sorry, I would've put this in the learning materials section but it said I can't access it; I don't know if that's for admin only or what. Anyways, I'm going to be a high school senior, and I took heed to everyone's advice about gaining a solid foundation in mathematics before pursuing knowledge in physics; so, I got this calculus book to get a leg up (I'm taking calc. and stat. this year, but wanted to get a head start this summer) and I must say, it's an amazing help and guide for anyone, especially high school students or college freshman who want to learn calculus. The book is called: Quick Calculus 2nd Edition: A Self Teaching Guide by Daniel Kleppner and Norman Ramsey, both of whom are/were physics professors at MIT and Harvard respectively. This book is great because it was written by physics professors specifically because not enough physics students had a good calculus background, so I thought it'd be great for myself and any other prospective physics student. It's designed so that you basically teach yourself through a combo of concepts and problems. The great part is, after you answer a problem or question, the book gives you the right answer; and, if you answered correctly, you are prompted to move on to another section; if you answered incorrectly, it directs you to a worked out and explained solution, and furthermore for you to try another, making it very interactive rather than a simple textbook. For anyone who wants a good calculus background, I highly recommend it!