So I'm taking Calculus I in college. However I'm not taking the grades I want to and I have sort of difficulties using my teacher material (theoretical and exercises). I'm looking for a book that has a good explanation of the content and also solved exercises (which is a very important thing that I'm missing). So here is a list of books my college has:
Calculus: T. M. Apostol 1994 Vol. I. Reverté
A First Course in Real Analysis: Murrey H. Protter and Charles B. Morrey 1993 Springer-Verlag
Introduction to Real Analysis: R. G. Bartle e D. Sherbert 1991 2nd ed. John Wiley
Advanced Calculus: A. E. Taylor and W. R. Mann 1972 John Wiley
M. Spivak, Calculus, 3rd Ed., Cambridge University Press, 2006.
What is in your opinion the best book for self study (I'm going to repeat the examinations next semester but I'll be studying on my own). If there is a better book than the ones on this list please tell me. Thanks!!