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DarrenM

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Hello there,

I'm currently enrolled in Calculus II (Integral Calculus), and I am slowly working my way through Spivak's

I intend to take Multivariable Calculus next semester. The course description is as follows:

I was wondering if there were any clearly recommended books, similar to Spivak, for the above-mentioned class/content. I've got a couple of calculus textbooks that include multivariable content, but I'm looking for something that takes a more rigorous approach as a supplement.

Also, since I'm here already, I'll be taking a Discrete Mathematics course with the following course description:

Sincere thanks for any help.

I'm currently enrolled in Calculus II (Integral Calculus), and I am slowly working my way through Spivak's

*Calculus*.I intend to take Multivariable Calculus next semester. The course description is as follows:

Syllabus said:This course includes the study of vectors, solid analytical geometry, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, line integrals, and applications.

Course Catalog said:Real-valued functions of several variables, limits, continuity, differentials, directional derivatives, partial derivatives, chain rule, multiple integrals, applications.

I was wondering if there were any clearly recommended books, similar to Spivak, for the above-mentioned class/content. I've got a couple of calculus textbooks that include multivariable content, but I'm looking for something that takes a more rigorous approach as a supplement.

Also, since I'm here already, I'll be taking a Discrete Mathematics course with the following course description:

I wouldIntroduction to discrete structures which are applicable to computer science. Topics include number bases, logic, sets, Boolean algebra, and elementary concepts of graph theory.

*very*much appreciate any suggestions in that direction as well. This is the required text https://www.amazon.com/dp/0534359450/?tag=pfamazon01-20.Sincere thanks for any help.

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