Does anyone know how many chapters Courant & John's "Introduction to Calculus and Analysis, Volume II" has? Because I've found a 4 chapter reprint, and was wondering if I should get it.
mathwonk said:if you read those 2 volumes, no one will know more calculus than you.
Not even Richard Courant.mathwonk said:if you read those 2 volumes, no one will know more calculus than you.
Courant is amazing. I promise you that you can find anything related to calculus (be it application or theory) in that text.duke_nemmerle said:What is it about Courant's book that impresses you most, if you don't mind my asking? Is it the rigor? The depth? I'd be really interested in knowing.