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                   which book should i follow for quality preparation of IIT for "Calculus". i am preaparing for 2013 exams.
                   

3 years ago

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Hi Kumar,


 


From the perspective of IIT JEE, Arihant Series of Calculus will be a very good source.


It has theory as well as problems in detial.


 


All the best.


Regards,


Ashwin (IIT Madras).

3 years ago

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