I am currently working on a paper to be submitted to a US journal (addressed primarily to non-mathematicians’ audience) where I use

(1) some standard calculus stuff (e.g. limits, Taylor expansions, integration by parts) and (2) some standard probability theory facts (e.g. Central Limit Theorem, Chebyshev’s inequality).

What textbooks would you advise me to list as references for these topics so that the readers could find these topics covered there? I am looking for books that are well known in the US (and not hard to access), contain full proofs but are not too hard for non-mathematicians to comprehend? Thank you.