I have the "Calculus 3-d Edition, Michael Spivak". The book itself is really nice, it explains the stuff very well. However, not all sample problems in the book have their solutions in the "answers" sections. Many are left out. Unfortunately, it is really hard to understand whether you've provided a correct solution if you don't have an example/answer. I've found that there are few separate "answer" books but they seem to be low-rated by the ones who bought them.
Can someone please suggest a good Calculus exercise book(containing only/mostly problems) with a good and complete (i.e. with solutions to all provided problems) answers section?