I'm currently struggling a lot in self-studying Spivak's Calculus; I've tried numerous online resources including math stackexchange, I'm currently about half-way through(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); How To Prove Itas many people have suggested. I'm only in high school, so the calculus class I'm taking barely coincides with what Spivak teaches. I've made it to chapter 7 (three hard theorems) so far.

Does anyone know of any good resources? For example maybe an online lecture course, etc.

Thanks in advance.

(PS- This book needs a support group)

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