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Excellent calculus text Improved my understanding considerably good He has explained Fourier Series so beautifully He explained Fourier Integrals just by turning discrete indexes of Fourier beautifully He explained Fourier Integrals just by turning discrete indexes of Fourier into continuous which technically becomes freuency in Physics this is stupid website Advanced Calculus is a textbook written by David V Widder It contains problems to solve and proofs to complete Professor Widder does an excellent job of explaining the subjectI assume that reading this know wha. Classic text leads from elementary into theoretic problems Precise approach with definitions theorems proofs