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I am a college sophomore with double majors in mathematics and microbiology. I wrote this email to seek your advice on selecting a theoretical, proof-based textbook on the multivariable calculus. I will be taking a multivariable calculus on this Summer but it unfortunately is a computational one with little theories. I would like one that comprehensively covers the theories of multivariable calculus and perhaps including sections on the applications too (but not necessary). Couple of textbooks I have in my mind are ones written by Serge Lang, Apostol, Marsden, Hubbard, and Fleming. Which one is good for self-learning?

Sincerely,

PK

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You can't go wrong with baby Rudin: http://smile.amazon.com/Principles-Mathematical-Analysis-Rudin/dp/1259064786/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1428694274&sr=8-1&keywords=rudin

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