A Concept of Limits
An exploration of conceptual foundations and the practical applications of limits in mathematics, this text offers a concise introduction to the theoretical study of calculus. It analyzes the idea of a generalized limit and explains sequences and functions to those for whom intuition cannot suffice. Many exercises with solutions. 1966 edition.
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