By Tom M. Apostol

An advent to the Calculus, with a superb stability among thought and procedure. Integration is handled earlier than differentiation--this is a departure from latest texts, however it is traditionally right, and it's the most sensible option to determine the real connection among the vital and the by-product. Proofs of the entire very important theorems are given, in general preceded by way of geometric or intuitive dialogue. This moment version introduces the mean-value theorems and their purposes past within the textual content, includes a therapy of linear algebra, and comprises many new and more straightforward routines. As within the first version, an enticing old advent precedes each one vital new concept.

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