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Apart from the gratuitous waste of page real estate there is also some confusing notation as well as an overall feel that is a lot more academic than practical. View all 4 comments. Is infinitesimla pure mathematics text and has no mention of physical or tecnological use As other posters have said, if you are going to be a mathematics or physics major, there is no reason to even look at another calculus text. For students with an interest in how analysis can be used in apparently unrelated parts spival mateematics, a number of advanced sections give proofs of such topics as the transcendence of the number e, and a construction of the real numbers from set theoretic principles.
Aug 07, Alex rated it it was amazing. It holds your hand at the sidewalk, and then casts you into the traffic while crossing the road. Unlike most other calculus textbooks on the market, it does not burden the reader with mathematical topics that are inessential and at the same time it provides all the necessary tools in calculus to study other branches of mathematics.
I recommend a Fitch-style natural deductive system. Rather, the development of the calculus here proceeds from mathematical considerations.
Spivak, Michael. Calculus. Cálculo Infinitesimal. Segunda edición
Many say it is second or third year level. It is how the calculus was developed and is a great tool for intuitively understanding lots of problems. Spivak’s writing is aclculus and thoughtful while the exercises are unique and forward thinking. The only ones that come close are the treatments by Courant and Apostol. Matt Steadman calulus it it was amazing Dec 03, Calculus was the very first textbook I read for my university degree.
Much of this material is usually not encountered until likely more advanced courses in real analysis. But if you are looking to learn mathematics–in this case, calculus–then get your ass over this book and start engaging the grey matter. Refresh and try again.
Check it out if you are interested. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Mar 01, Jose Moa rated it it was amazing Shelves: Spivak will teach you about calculus but if you don’t have the prerequisite logic, you won’t really I think the following needs to be said for someone who has never had any experience with calculus and wants to read this book: Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
Calculus by Michael Spivak
calcluo This is really a beautiful book and it’s clear that a lot of love went into every page. It’s a Berekley Univ book and it covers even Analysis 1. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. It is the very paragon of both coldly beautiful terseness and the warmth that accompanies a clear stream of thought moving rationally from one idea to another.
Jan 22, Pooh Pintola rated it it was amazing Shelves: As other posters have said, if you are going to be a mathematics or physics majo This is a beautiful exposition of the theory of calculus from the axiomatic approach with full motivation and proof of the major theorems and some interesting facts that are seldom presented at this level.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Unlike many writers of textbooks in mathematics, Spivak makes a big effort to give more than a dry exposition: Editorial Reverte Barcelona; 1st edition Language: Single variable differential and integral calculus, presented with rigor and style.
Since analysis is a subject students traditionally find difficult to grasp, Spivak provides leisurely explanations, infinitesimmal profusion of examples, a wide range of exercises and plenty of illustrations in an easy-going approach that enlightens difficult concepts and rewards effort. As a student, it has been very helpful in terms of introducing me to the wonderful world of proof-based mathematics.