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I am a self-learner. I am teaching myself calculus through different sources on the net, but I feel I book is handy.

Can you please suggest me a book on differential & integral calculus which:

(a) I can self-learn

(b) Has a lot of examples

(c) Clears out the concepts through simple examples

and which is a step by step approach even for a very basic beginner.

Thanks.

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# Self teaching calculus books

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