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Can someone suggest an introductory book to this subject?

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polarbears

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Can someone suggest an introductory book to this subject?

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JG89

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"Introduction to Calculus and Analysis Volume 1" - Richard Courant & Fritz John

"Calculus" - Michael Spivak

"Calculus" - Tom Apostol

If you have already learned this, you may want to pick up Rudin's "Principles of Mathematical Analysis", Apostol's "Mathematical Analysis" or Charles Pugh's "Real Mathematical Analysis"

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Studiot

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Either

'Calculus'

or

'Mathematical Analysis'

Both books by Binmore are modern and first rate.

'Calculus'

or

'Mathematical Analysis'

Both books by Binmore are modern and first rate.

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If you want a cheap intro analysis text that is fairly excellent, I would recommend Maxwell Rosenlicht's Introduction to Analysis. This text is very easy to read, and is probably a good supplement to a more comprehensive text such as Apostol's analysis text. It starts with the axioms of the real numbers and culminates with a discussion of analysis in R^n. Since you can get the Dover copy for like 10 bucks, it's also a good deal.

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