# 49 Best Books on Calculus

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We have compiled a list of the Best Reference Books on Calculus, which are used by students of top universities, and colleges. This will help you choose the right book depending on if you are a beginner or an expert. Here is the complete list of Calculus Books with their authors, publishers, and an unbiased review of them as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase them. If permissible, you can also download the free PDF books on Calculus below.

## 5. Integral Calculus

 1."Calculus of Variations (Dover Books on Mathematics)" by Isarel M Gelfand and S V Fomin “Calculus of Variations (Dover Books on Mathematics)” Book Review: The aim of the book is to give a treatment of the elements of the calculus of variations in a form both easily understandable and sufficiently modern. It concentrates on physical applications of variational methods, e.g., canonical equations, variational principles of mechanics, and conservation laws. The book starts with a complete university level course in the subject, including the theory of fields and sufficient conditions for weak and strong extrema. Further, it explains the application of variational methods to the study of systems with infinite degrees of freedom. The book concludes with direct methods in the calculus of variations. It is valuable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students of mathematics and physics. 2."Calculus for Engineers and Students of Science - An Introduction to the Differential and Integral Calculus for the Use of Engineering and Technical Students" by John Stoney 3."Calculus for Scientists and Engineers: An Analytical Approach" by K D Joshi “Calculus for Scientists and Engineers: An Analytical Approach” Book Review: This book concentrates on the why of mathematics rather than how’s. It covers the wide range of course for the reader who is taking a first course in calculus. It provides deeper insights or required transition from calculus to analysis. It explains abstract concepts and helps beginners to overcome the intimidation which often felt when first confronting abstraction. It demonstrates the different techniques through numerous exercises with answers supplied at the end of the book.