Is anyone able to recommend a textbook that covers the following topics at a level suitable for econ undergraduates?
- Differential calculus, including the various rules of differentiation and partial derivatives.
- At least some integral calculus.
- Probability theory, expected values, Bayes' rule.
- (optional) basic set theory.
I can find books with a nice treatment of calculus, but am struggling to find a book that also includes coverage of topics in probability.
Failing one book that covers all of these topics, I also welcome suggestions of books that might work well together to give such coverage.