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I'm currently doing my masters in Information Science, and I did my graduation in Life Sciences. While I did have a course on Calculus at the 11th and 12th grades, I've forgotten most of it now.

I wish to start out with Calculus and Analysis again. My approach to Calculus and Analysis has a more applied tone, but I don't mind understanding the innards of it. I'm currently at a university where most of the people do theoretical mathematics and statistics, and have been recommended the Baby Rudin, but frankly, I don't think I'm suited to start such a textright now.

Please consider me as one who's totally new to Calculus (in that one who knows nothing about Calculus at all.)

I'm considering starting out with Spivak. Is that a good idea?

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# (Re-) beginning Calculus and Analysis.

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