**Advanced Calculus and Analysis**

by Ian Craw

**Publisher**: University of Aberdeen 2000**Number of pages**: 110

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An introductory Calculus course, with some leanings to analysis, at one time given in second year. It covers sequences, monotone convergence, limits and continuity, differentiability, infinite series, power series, differentiation of functions of several variables, and multiple integrals.

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