If you were a maniac of calculus what would it be? Tom M. Apostol’s or Richard Courant’s Calculus?
Feb 23, 2007 #1 karakoos23 6 0 If you were a maniac of calculus what would it be? Tom M. Apostol’s or Richard Courant’s Calculus?
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Feb 23, 2007 #2 Gib Z Homework Helper 3,351 7 Do you mean learning Calculus straight from those books? I wouldn't know. But knowing calculus from before, both are quite straightforward.
Do you mean learning Calculus straight from those books? I wouldn't know. But knowing calculus from before, both are quite straightforward.
Feb 23, 2007 #3 mathwonk Science Advisor Homework Helper 11,532 1,783 they are both excellent. apostol was writtena biut 1960 and courant about 1935. i think i would choose courant, but as a young student operhaps apostol would have been more accesible. actually spivak is the most user friendly for young students.
they are both excellent. apostol was writtena biut 1960 and courant about 1935. i think i would choose courant, but as a young student operhaps apostol would have been more accesible. actually spivak is the most user friendly for young students.