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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: It is the very paragon of both coldly beautiful terseness and infijitesimal warmth that accompanies a clear stream of thought moving rationally from one idea to another.
Mar 20, arash rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was extremely lucky to spot This is the book that turned me from an aspiring engineer to an aspiring Mathematician. This book got me interested in theoretical math. 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.
Books by Michael Spivak.
The epsilon-delta approach to analysis is what you will find in this book. Spivak’s writing is casual and thoughtful while the exercises are unique and forward thinking.
Spivak, Michael. Calculus. Cálculo Infinitesimal. Segunda edición by Michael Spivak – PDF Drive
First-year or prospective mathematics majors. Unlike many writers of textbooks in mathematics, Spivak makes a big effort to give more than a dry exposition: This review first appeared on my blog here. Incredibly thorough and well written. I think the following needs to be said for someone who has never had any experience with calculus and wants to read this book: Oct 30, Alec 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 understand what’s going on.
His aim is to present calculus as the first ijfinitesimal encounter calcupo mathematics: Calculus was not just the first university textbook I read, but one of the best. Not to mention the generous margins for scribbling a homage to Diophantus and Fermat perhaps practically beg the reader to try his hand in proving the theorems and exercises stated in it.
Calculus was the very first textbook I read for my university degree. Mar 01, Jose Moa rated it it was amazing Shelves: View all 4 comments.
Calculus. Calculo infinitesimal / Michael Spivak
His book Calculus takes a very rigorous and theoretical approach to introductory calculus. As well as being a fine description of the basics of analysis mostly real, with a toe in the deep water of ifninitesimal functionsit is an excelent book to ease the transition from mathematics as taught at school level to the rigours of university mathematics. It is how the calculus was developed and is a great tool for intuitively understanding lots of problems.
As an aside, there is an answer book that enhances its value. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Supplement Spivak’s book with some applied problems. Textbook for Mathematicsfirst-year at University of Toronto.
Spivak, Michael. Calculus. Cálculo Infinitesimal. Segunda edición
A book like this may be less valuable to majors in fields besides math, such as engineers, or any who need an emphasis on physical interpretations and applications. This is THE definitive textbook for Calculus.
You can tell the love that the author has for mathematics, and what a great teacher he must be. I have to make this disclaimer because sadly, in today’s day and age, it is almost too much to ask of someone. Seriously, spiivak get your head around what deductions are and se the principle of mathematical induction is.
Don’t get lost in calcylo proofs and forget about the many amazing, practical problems calculus helps us solve. One of the very best “Introduction to Real Analysis” books.
Calculus by Michael Spivak. Since analysis is a subject students traditionally find difficult to grasp, Spivak provides leisurely explanations, a profusion of examples, a wide range of exercises and plenty of illustrations in an easy-going approach that enlightens difficult concepts and rewards effort. Aug 22, Thomas rated it it was amazing. Walter Ruiz rated it it was amazing Nov 24, A must have, in my opinion.
A solid text and reference on the topic. Apr 16, Jace Davies rated it it was amazing. HardcoverThird Editionpages. Want to Read saving….