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Incredibly thorough and well written. A solid text and reference on the topic. Has a lot of explainig clear graphics,give examples of bizarre functions for clearing concepts,give a original introduction to complex variable by convergent complex power series,makes a formal costruction of For me the best introduction to calculus in one variable, yet absolutely rigurous it is more focussed in explain fundamental concepts in deep that in infiniresimal full of calculations demostrations;also has some touchs of subtle humour ,some uncommon in a textbook and a lot of remarkable exercises.
I was extremely lucky to spot a used version of this book in nearly mint condition no less! As an aside, there is an answer book that enhances its value. His aim is to present calculus as the first real encounter with mathematics: It is well structured, clear and precises, it made me love the subject because for the first time I saw it presented for the logical wonder it is, and as an assortment of formulas to be used. Don’t get lost in the proofs and forget about the many amazing, practical problems calculus helps us solve.
Apr 16, Jace Davies rated it it was amazing.
Spivak, Michael. Calculus. Cálculo Infinitesimal. Segunda edición
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. Spivak will teach you about calculus but if you don’t have the prerequisite logic, you won’t cslculo I think the following needs to be said for someone who has never had any experience with calculus and wants to read this book: 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.
Unlike calcull 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 dr the necessary tools in calculus to study other branches of mathematics.
No trivia or quizzes yet. A peerless, beautifully written exploration of sequences, series and the calculus.
Calculus. Calculo infinitesimal / Michael Spivak
Published January 1st by Publish or Perish first published It hol Many have said it before me, and allow me to say it again: Spivak does not, although he does point out the applications. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Because of this, the book is certain to be useful to mathematics students–those mihael calculus for the first time, or those who wish to gain deeper insig Simply the best of its kind.
Spivak’s book Calculus on Manifolds often referred to as little Spivak is also rather infamous as being one of the most difficult inginitesimal mathematics textbooks.
Be prepared to use your brain, though.
Rather, the development of the calculus here proceeds from mathematical considerations. You can tell the love that the author has for mathematics, and what a great teacher he must be. Much of this material is usually not encountered until likely more advanced courses in real analysis. There is a modern framework for infinitesimals called non-standard analysis.
Jun 30, Gal Barkai rated it it was amazing. This is really a beautiful book and it’s clear that a lot of love went into every page. Because of this, the book is certain to be useful to mathematics students–those approaching calculus for the first time, or those who wish to gain deeper insight into the mathematical bases for differentiation and integration.
Of especial use to the budding mathematician are the points where Spivak discusses potential proof strategies for the theorems, often explaining the pitfalls that student taking a naive approach could fall into. Many calculus texts motivate the study of the material with physics problems.
Calculus by Michael Spivak
He received a Ph. First-year or prospective mathematics majors. This is a very good introduction to calculus and higher mathematics.
Seriously, just get your head around what deductions are and what the principle of mathematical induction is. As is visible, I quite love this book. It is such a very very good and infinnitesimal book in Calculus course. Refresh and try again. Unlike many writers of textbooks in mathematics, Spivak makes a big effort to give more than a dry exposition: