Does any body know Michael Spivak's email?I want to ask him some questions in his book.
i thought he worked at brandeis U but maybe not anymore. try his publishing company:
Contact the publisher.
You might do better Googling for some forums dedicated to him or his books.
is he one of these?:
Oh,thanks.I will try.I was stuck in his calculus on manifolds,chapter 4.4 Stokes theorem.I can't derive a forumula.
He's not going to answer your email... lol
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...
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.
go for it------or, you could just give up and not try anything
I'm now in winter holiday,I can't contact any professor at my university.Really helpless
Perhaps you could find an online forum where you can ask questions about calculus, and there would be people willing to answer them.
But where on earth would one find something like that?
It's the Intertubes! Just Google "Michael Spivak Forum".
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?
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 .
What are we, chopped liver?
the first hit is this:forums.pctex.com/
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