Hi, I'm just asking this out of curiousity, but I have never really understood the difference between calculus and analysis. The only thing I can say is that calculus is basically(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); appliedanalysis or analysis is the rigorous theory behind calculus. So, if the difference is just a matter of theory versus application, do pure math students really need to learn calculus as it usually taught in first year or can they just begin with analysis? For instance, I did a math major in undergrad and now I want to seriously re-learn mathematics on my own, but since I have forgotton most of my calculus, is it more helpful to just study books like Rudin's analysis instead of brushing up on my first year calculus text again?

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# Difference between Calculus & Analysis

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