So I'm trying to decide which of the following to get:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Spivak (Calculus)

Courant (Introduction to Calculus and Analysis)

I've heard both of these are analysis books. I'd like to try and self teach myself using one of them, until I take calc 1 + 2 in the summer. I'd also like a more rigorous approach to math to give myself a deeper understanding of it. My question is, can I learn calculus from the ground up from an 'analysis' book? I'm really not sure of the difference between calculus and analysis.

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# Possible to learn Calculus from an Analysis book?

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