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    Exclamation Adv. calculus and N.A.

    Please give me the name of the writer of a book in advanced calculus(I have done calculus, so no need of calculus) . It should be good and must not be too costly, so I can give this name to book seller. He will bring it from required source.

    Provide me with the same for numerical analysis also.

    I dont got it in R. Kumar. Any book will do which is easily understandable(Guide or Text book).

    I need it please although I am in first year it is for second year.

    I have searched all of internet(Free books) . I did not got better books there.

    I am studing in IGNOU.
    Last edited by puneet; August 20th 2008 at 07:17 AM.
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    I got Advanced Calculus by R. Creighton Buck, 3rd edition off of Amazon for a song.
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    costs

    It should be around Rs 300.

    Edited :: I think Rs 42 = 1 dollar.
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    What is Rs 300?. I am in the US, so please convert to dollars, pounds, or euros so I know what to compare it to. Is Rs Indian currency?. Is that a rupee, I am guessing?.


    Nonetheless, scout around on ebay or Amazon. Something will come up.
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    "Numerical analysis" by Kincaid and Cheney. (More likely an introduction, but goes deep).
    EDIT: Another one is "An introduction to numerical analysis" by Süli and Mayers.
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    books

    Please provide me books from india.
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