# Tagged Questions

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### Most Suitable Book after Kline's Calculus?

I've been working through Morris Kline's Calculus: An Intuitive and Physical Approach and it's an absolutely excellent book for self-studying applied single-variable (and some multi-variable) calculus ...
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### Study group for working through Spivak/Wilson [closed]

I'm planning on working through Spivak's Calculus or Wilson's "Introduction to Graph Theory" and was wondering if anyone here might be interested in joining a study group for it. There's no ...
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First of all, I´m very sorry for my bad english, especially writing. Ok, for differents problems i´m studing a Bachelor degree in Mathematics. These degree is online. Now, the problem with my school ...
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### Infinite series help

Are there any hard and fast rules for finding the sum of an infinite series? What suggestions would you have for someone new to learning them? Memorize identities? Also, what are the best resources ...
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### How to learn differentiation?

I am having a confusion in learning differentiation. Can you please point me to some video tutorials which explains differentiation basics clearly for beginners?
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### How to get more creative in Calculus

I'm currently doing Calculus I (one variable and some max- min problems with two variables as well), and I can follow most proofs and understand most of all chapters in the book. It seems tough that ...
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### Seeking an effective pedagogy to learning limits, derivatives, and concepts in calculus

Recently I have been spending around 15-20 hours a week learning calculus, and I have to admit that the process, while I enjoy it, is seemingly slow going. I come back to limit questions, and I can ...
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### weakly locally one-to-one?

Is there any standard name for this concept that is weaker than local one-to-one-ness? In some open neighborhood of $x_0$ there is no point $x\ne x_0$ such that $f(x)=f(x_0)$. Or, if you like: In ...
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### suggest a textbook on calculus [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are the recommended textbooks for introductory calculus? Hi, i am a software engg. and math was never my favourite. I somehow dragged thru the math i had to do in ...