I want to learn calculus on a budget

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Heres an Advanced Calculus from Harvard it looks a bit different the Kaplan book I used but things change and so do books

http://people.math.harvard.edu/~shlomo/docs/Advanced_Calculus.pdf

in my Adv Calculus we spent a lot of time Calculus of a Complex variable but I see in the Kaplan table of contents there are chapters similar to the Harvard book.
 
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Heres an Advanced Calculus from Harvard it looks a bit different the Kaplan book I used but things change and so do books

http://people.math.harvard.edu/~shlomo/docs/Advanced_Calculus.pdf

in my Adv Calculus we spent a lot of time Calculus of a Complex variable but I see in the Kaplan table of contents there are chapters similar to the Harvard book.

I am a novice calculus self-study enthusiast. Looking through an advanced calculus textbook will confuse me more.
 
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You asked about their differences. We didn't tell you to go out and study the advanced stuff.

You need to now walk the walk and stop talking about it. So far, you've a gotten a lot of good suggestions to investigate and then decide a course of action for yourself. Continuing to talk about what you'd like to do is no longer productive.
 
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Well I guess we have reached the point of closing this thread now. We have provded many resources for the OP and so its a good time to close it.

Thank you all for contributing here.

Jedi
 

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