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Are spivak and apostol calculus book good even from a physics point of view for learning calculus?

I have a basic understanding of calculus but want to learn in depth more physics and for this I require more calculus

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You can try out Introduction to Calculus and Analysis by Courant. The first volume deals with single variable calculus and the second volume deals with multiple variable calculus.

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Depends on what your position is now. But, for anyone starting to read calculus, I would recommend Silivanus P. Thompson's amazing book, Calculus Made Easy

http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/33283

Its available freely, and is a masterpiece. However, for a much more advanced or rigorous footing, I would recommend Spivak over Apostol. I have read Apostol myself. Its good but not as good as Spivak.

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