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I have always loved calculus from the time I first knew what it was. I want to learn and explore calculus by myself (I know stuff like differentiation, integration, limits, etc, which is very basic). I also want to learn extra stuff like multivariate calculus etc. I have Thomas' calculus ( by Maurice D. Weir) and Apostol calculus.

So all I want to know is

how much time do I spend for calculus everyday, how do I go about the topics and are there any other books and websites which I can refer to apart from the ones mentioned above which will help me in my learning process?

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  • $\begingroup$ Here's a list of some good calculus books. $\endgroup$
    – k170
    Jan 5, 2017 at 13:44

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Calculus is a great subject - one in which I use, and often struggle with most days! Self learning is a great idea if you find it interesting - it will lead you to things such as differential equations which can describe a whole number of mechanical and other interesting physical systems. As far as reference material - I always enjoyed open courseware classes from MIT or any other major institute. Often they will have exams, assessments, solutions etc. to accompany. There courses are found here. With relation to time, take your time and make sure you understand the material before moving on. No amount of examples is enough!! Good luck!

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