Based on people who have maybe used both books, would Tom Apostol's Volume I book be a more preferred book than Stewarts?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm really aiming to understand everything and not just "know how to do the steps." This is why someone recommended Apostol to me.

I am a beginner in Calculus as well, which was a reason why he warned me against Apostol's book as well.

I have access to both books at my library so whichever one is the better I will get.

If there are any other books, can you recommend them to me as well?

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