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I will check these books by Zorich and I'll see whether I would find them better.
It is good that they are two books, and if they're what I need, I'll try with them.
Thanks for the information!
I've used the first one quite extensively, and I would say that it is written in a very clear style. It is very concise though and leaves out 'obvious' bits of proofs that other books might spell out. It also doesn't have many problems to solve. My favourite analysis books are Zorich's books 'Mathematical Analysis vols. 1 &2' which are very comprehensive although they have slightly non-canonical notation and are not as clear as the Burkill book, but they do cover much more material.
I sent it some time ago, but thought you were busy or something.
You mentioned that you did some Analysis, and I would like to know what books you found useful.
What is your opinion for the following two?
1. A First Course in Mathematical Analysis
2. A Second Course in Mathematical Analysis
I'm planning to do some more studies on Analysis this April, and I seek proper, explanatory books.
The first book I've already seen and like it (also the two are recommended for Cam's course), but I want to compare a few.
Mainly, I like books which go in series, so that I can stick to the same author(s).
Nope, I didn't get it. What was it?
Hi. Did you get my message? I think everything is strange after this update.
I haven't read it, but i did read some introductory group theory in october...never really got into it with ucas etc. in the way. I'm really more interested in analysis at the moment
I think we like similar types of book, so you may find Algebra and Geometry by Beardon a nice read.
In case you don't have it, I just bought it a few days ago and am really enjoying it.