Multivariable Calculus

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Mathematics - 472 pages
This book blends much of the best aspects of calculus reform with the reasonable goals and methodology of traditional calculus. Readers benefit from an innovative pedagogy and a superb range of problems. Modeling is a major theme -- qualitative and quantitative problems demonstrate an extremely wide variety of mathematical, engineering, scientific, and social models. This book emphasizes writing in addition to algebra. This book thoroughly addresses topics such as Infinite Series, Polar Coordinates and Parametric Forms, Vectors in the Plane and in Space, Vector-Valued Functions, Partial Differentiation, Multiple Integration, Introduction to Vector Analysis, and Introduction to Differential Equations. Suitable for professionals in engineering, science, and math.

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