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Introductory Analysis (Century Mathematics)
Vincent O. McBrien
by Irvington Pub
Written in English
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Dolciani (Author), Robert H. Sorgenfrey (Author), John A. Graham (Author), out of 5 /5(7). This is a great book to get started with analysis; it has lots of information about math in general, and would be a good introduction to higher math for a high achieving high school student or Cited by: Economics: An Introductory Analysis, 6th Sixth Edition Hardcover – January 1, by Paul A.
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I used to learn with it in my first 3 semester analysis courses (in Germany). I also quite liked Stephen Abbott's Understanding Analysis, but in hindsight it is not rigorous enough. Description of Introductory Circuit Analysis by Robert L.
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