Does any body know Michael Spivak's email?

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Does any body know Michael Spivak's email?I want to ask him some questions in his book.
 

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i thought he worked at brandeis U but maybe not anymore. try his publishing company:
http://www.mathpop.com/ [Broken]
 
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Does any body know Michael Spivak's email?I want to ask him some questions in his book.
Contact the publisher.
 
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You might do better Googling for some forums dedicated to him or his books.
 
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is he one of these?:

http://www.123people.com/s/michael+spivak [Broken]
 
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Oh,thanks.I will try.I was stuck in his calculus on manifolds,chapter 4.4 Stokes theorem.I can't derive a forumula.
this one
https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=375280 [Broken]
 
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He's not going to answer your email... lol
 
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ya never know---


I got emails back from Frank Drake, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Lee Smolin, and a few others---I didn't get one back from Hawking though...
 
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I think so,but at least I should try it.
No, you shouldn't. Seriously. It would be inappropriate. You should ask your question to a professor you know at your university.
 
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No, you shouldn't. Seriously. It would be inappropriate. You should ask your question to a professor you know at your university.
I'm now in winter holiday,I can't contact any professor at my university.Really helpless
 
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Oh,thanks.I will try.I was stuck in his calculus on manifolds,chapter 4.4 Stokes theorem.I can't derive a forumula.
this one
https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=375280 [Broken]
Perhaps you could find an online forum where you can ask questions about calculus, and there would be people willing to answer them. :smile:
 
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Perhaps you could find an online forum where you can ask questions about calculus, and there would be people willing to answer them. :smile:
But where on earth would one find something like that?
 
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My first hit is the TeX code that he created or some sort, doesn't appear to apply to the calculus book.

I suggest sending him an email. The worst that can happen is he wont reply. Do you have his email?
 
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They produce solution manuals that they want you to buy.

If you believe that only Michael Spivak can answer your question related to calculus then you are wrong .
 
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the first hit is this:forums.pctex.com/
 

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