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emtakis

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If I was to learn from Calculus Made Easy, will I be able to move on to books such as Courant and Spivak? I hear from reading several threads on here that says the two author focuses more on theory - the why's? So should I pick up Calculus Made Easy by Silvanus Phillips and Calculus by Michael Spivak/Differential and Integral Calculus by Richard Courant. Or is there more I'll have to know after Trigonometry and before Calculus?

Will I know enough after Calculus Made Easy to understand Courant/Spivak's book? I also plan to find some kind of supplemental material to help me along Courant/Spivak's. Like schaum's outline of calculus or something similar.

Thank you,

Sikat