I am self-studying MA, I've learned elementary Calculus ( without vector calculus & Partial Differentiation) I've learned a bit of LA before.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am using these text books:

1. introduction to Analysis (so far there is no difficulty)

2. Principles of Mathematical Analysis (this one is more difficult, and often I got stuck.)

So basically, my question is:

1. What am I supposed to learn before reading Principles of Mathematical Analysis ( so that I can read it more easily) or it is natural that to learn it with some hard time?

Thanks!!

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