I'm struggling a bit with functions(limits, squeeze theorem, etc).
I have done some research and found a list of books on calculus but I'm not sure which one would be better suited for me, so I would appreciate if some experienced people here could advise me which books would be better to master the basics so I can move on with derivatives, etc. Limits is my main problem, so I need a book which explain this in depth so I can master it. Then I'll keep going on with the same book for other chapters.
Below is the list which I found here:
- Apostol T.M. Calculus Vol. 1
- Burn R.P. Numbers and Functions: Steps into Analysis
- Courant R. and John F. Introduction to Calculus and Analysis I - One of the better calculus text in print.
- Crowell B. Calculus
- Dawkins, P Calculus I and Calculus II
- Garrett P. Calculus
- Ghorpade S.R. and Limaye B.V. A Course in Calculus and Real Analysis
- Gill G.S. Calculus Bible
- Guichard D. Whitman Calculu.
- Hardy G.H. A Course of Pure Mathematics
- Hwang A.D. Calculus for Mathematicians, Computer Scientists, and Physicists: An Introduction to Abstract Mathematics
- Santos D. Differential Calculus
- Shapiro B.E. Calculus and Analysis
- Spivak M. Calculus
- Strang G. Calculus
- Thomas G.B. and Finney R.L. Calculus and Analytic Geometry
- Tranter C.J. Advanced Level Pure Mathematics
- Tranter C.J. Techniques of Mathematical Analysis
- Veeh J.A. Lectures Notes on Calculus
So far I narrowed my list down to Hardy, Spivak and Apostol based on further research, but I haven't got my hands on these books yet to compare them and I'm not sure if these books will be good for me.