Advanced calculus

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Wiley, Jan 7, 1983 - Mathematics - 732 pages
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Outlines theory and techniques of calculus, emphasizing strong understanding of concepts, and the basic principles of analysis. Reviews elementary and intermediate calculus and features discussions of elementary-point set theory, and properties of continuous functions.

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Contents

FUNDAMENTALS OF ELEMENTARY CALCULUS
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CONTINUOUS FUNCTIONS
2
THE REAL NUMBER SYSTEM
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Richard Taylor is Professor of Continuing Education, University of Leeds.
Jean Barr is Head of Department of Adult and Continuing Education at the University of Glasgow.
Tom Steele is Reader in Adult Education at the University of Glasgow.

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