I've been entertained recently by the prospect of learning Calculus by myself. I'm living in Toronto, Ontario; 16 years old. I've got a good deal lined up on a textbook already from a guy that goes to York University (have not yet confirmed); it's:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Course: MATH 1515 - Introduction to Calculus

Title: Calculus - A First Course

Authors: Stewart, Davison, Ferroni

when I became skeptical about what book I should buy. Is this a good book? Are there better ones?

Keep in mind that I'm not very strong at math, so an idiot-proof Calculus book would be appreciated, something that isn't too dry (I get bored if I'm not interested in what I'm learning), and does not require grasping leaps of concepts (preferably guiding and methodical).

Thank you!

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# Textbook for Calculus [Self-Learn]

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