This brief book presents an accessible treatment of multivariable calculus with an early emphasis on linear algebra as a tool. Its organization draws strong analogies with the basic ideas of elementary calculus (derivative, integral, and fundamental theorem). Traditional in approach, it is written with an assumption that the student reader may have computing facilities for two- and three-dimensional graphics, and for doing symbolic algebra. KEY TOPICS: Chapter topics include coordinate and vector geometry, differentiation, applications of differentiation, integration, and fundamental theorems. MARKET: For those with knowledge of introductory calculus in a wide range of disciplines including—but not limited to—mathematics, engineering, physics, chemistry, and economics.
Table of contents
1. Coordinate and Vector Geometry.
2. Geometry and Linear Algebra in Rn.
4. Applications of Differentiation.
6. Fundamental Theorems.
7. Laboratory Writing Projects.
Answers to Selected Exercises.
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