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# Introduction to analysis

## by Jan MikusiЕ„ski

Written in English

Edition Notes

The Physical Object ID Numbers Statement Jan Mikunsinski, Piotr Mikunsinski. Contributions Mikusinski, Piotr. Pagination (320)p. ; Number of Pages 320 Open Library OL22376179M ISBN 10 0471599778

Spivak's Calculus is still the best book for a rigorous foundation of Calculus and introduction to Mathematical Analysis. It includes, in its last chapter, very interesting topics, such as construction of transcendental number and the proof that e is transcendental, and the proof that $\pi$ is irrational.

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