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Single variable differential and integral calculus, presented with rigor and style. Return to Book Page. Oct 30, Alec rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 20, arash rated it it was amazing Shelves: As is visible, I quite love this book.

Don’t get lost in the proofs and forget about the many amazing, practical problems calculus helps us solve. He is the author of the five-volume Comprehensive Introduction to Differential Geometry.

A must have, in my opinion. Jul 07, Ilya Zarembsky rated it it was amazing.

infinitesikal Jan 24, Maria-rose Kalafatis rated it liked it. Michael David Spivak is a mathematician specializing in differential geometry, an expositor of mathematics, and the founder of Publish-or-Perish Press.

To ask other readers questions about Calculusplease sign up. Simply the best of its kind. It is used in calculus courses, particularly those with a pure mathematics emphasis, at many universities. 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.

Infinitesimals should not be omitted entirely sivak mathematical education. As an aside, there is an answer book that enhances its value. Spivak does not, although he does point out the applications.

It is Hemingway wedded with Mathematics–the grand iceberg of thought that is analysis lends weight and a grace of movement to the crystal clear tip of Calculus as it glides through the waters of mathematical infiniteximal Calculus was not just the first university textbook I read, but one of the best. Apr 23, Tim rated it it was amazing. As a student, it has been very helpful in terms of introducing me to the wonderful valculo of proof-based mathematics.


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No trivia or quizzes yet. Incredibly thorough and well written. This is a very good introduction to calculus and higher mathematics. He received a Ph. As well as being a fine description of the basics of analysis mostly real, with a toe in the deep water of complex functionsit is an excelent book to ease the transition from mathematics as taught at school level to the rigours of university mathematics.

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 inifnitesimal costruction of the real numbers field, and make at this level unusual excursions in more advanced results as the demostration sppivak the irracionality of pi or the demostration of the trancendence of e. Books by Michael Spivak. Jun 30, Gal Barkai rated it it was amazing. It seems to have become almost unfashionable, an unnecessary expenditure of effort.

Calculus by Michael Spivak

It is how the calculus was developed and is a great tool for intuitively understanding lots of problems. Jan 04, Jayesh Badwaik rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is beautifully written and very enjoyable to read. 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.

Be prepared to use your brain, though. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It holds your hand at the sidewalk, and then casts you into the traffic while crossing the road.


This is the book that turned me from an aspiring engineer to an aspiring Mathematician. By far the best introduction to calculus and real analysis. 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 long full of calculations demostrations;also has some touchs of subtle humour ,some uncommon in a textbook and a lot of remarkable exercises.

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. Many say it is second or third year level. The best mathematics book I have read. I have to make this disclaimer because sadly, in today’s day and age, it is almost too much to ask of someone.

Calculus was the very first textbook I read for my university degree. Textbook spiavk Mathematicsfirst-year at University of Toronto.

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.

Many have said it before me, and allow me to say it again: There are even occasional jokes, both in the text and the index. But each step is a leap–and don’t be surprised if you find yourself poring over a paragraph for hours, before the full meaning sinks in. Much of this material is usually not encountered until likely more advanced ed in real analysis.