**A Problem Text in Advanced Calculus**

by John M. Erdman

**Publisher**: Portland State University 2008**Number of pages**: 377

**Description**:

This is a text on Advanced Calculus written for a more "theoretical" course, usually taken by majors in mathematics and physical sciences (and often called elementary analysis or intermediate analysis), it concentrates on conceptual development and proofs. It is intended for students of mathematics and others who have completed (or nearly completed) a standard introductory calculus sequence and who wish to understand where all those rules and formulas come from.

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