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Calculus: A Modern, Rigorous Approach

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Calculus: A Modern, Rigorous Approach
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Number of pages: 805

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Contents: Basics; Limits and Continuous Functions; Differentiation; Applications of Differentiation; Riemann Integration. Techniques of Integration; Improper Integrals; Series of Real Numbers; Series of Functions; Analytical Geometry and Elementary Vector Calculus; Vector-valued Functions of Several Variables; Derivatives of Vector-valued Functions of Several Variables; Applications of Differentiation; The Riemann Integral in n-dimensions; Vector Calculus; Generalizations of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus; etc.

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