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Jan 04, Jayesh Badwaik rated it it was amazing Shelves: It was my first real no pun intended introduction to Calculus, and oh was it worth it. Be prepared to use your brain, though.

Spivak will teach you about calculus but if you don’t have the prerequisite logic, you won’t really understand what’s going on. Aug 07, Alex rated it it was amazing.

This book is beautifully written and very enjoyable to read.

Spivak, Michael. Calculus. Cálculo Infinitesimal. Segunda edición

Textbook for Mathematicsfirst-year at University of Toronto. I feel, for a serious mathematician, it is first-year level at best, though a reasonably bright and motivated high school student can easily get through the chapters, if not solve the exercises to utmost completion. Mar 05, Ayush Bhat rated it it was amazing.

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. Spivak’s writing splvak casual and thoughtful while the exercises are unique and forward thinking.


Spivak’s book Calculus on Manifolds often referred to as little Spivak is also rather infamous as being one of the most difficult undergraduate mathematics textbooks.

Calculus by Michael Spivak

Calculus by Michael Spivak. Considerable attention is paid to motivating the discussion, showing why each result is important though mainly in the pure mathematics context, applications of calculus being mainly found in the problems intinitesimal the end of each chapter.

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Spivak’s celebrated textbook is widely held as one of the finest introductions to mathematical analysis. This is a very fe introduction to calculus and higher mathematics.

It seems to have become almost unfashionable, an unnecessary expenditure of effort. HardcoverThird Editionpages. Matt Steadman rated it it was amazing Dec 03, MathMonk rated it it was amazing May 23, There are even occasional jokes, both in the text and the index.

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Apr 16, Jace Davies rated it it was amazing. It is such a very very good and usefull book in Calculus course. The best mathematics book I have read. Many say it is second or third year level.

Calculus. Calculo infinitesimal / Michael Spivak

Mar 20, arash rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 01, Jose Moa rated it it was amazing Shelves: Calculus was the product of many hard years of trying to make progress on problems concerning finding tangents and areas to curves, and trying to mathematically analyse bodies in motion.


To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I recommend a Fitch-style natural deductive system.

Don’t get lost in the proofs and forget about the many amazing, practical problems calculus helps us solve. 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.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. 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. I think the following needs to be said for someone who has never had any experience with calculus and wants to read this book: Refresh and try again. I was extremely lucky to spot This is the book that turned me from an aspiring engineer to an aspiring Mathematician.