Vector Calculus

Vector Calculus

Jerrold E. Marsden Anthony Tromba / Jun 07, 2020

Vector Calculus Now in its fifth edition Vector Calculus helps students gain an intuitive and solid understanding of this important subject The book s careful account is a contemporary balance between theory applic

  • Title: Vector Calculus
  • Author: Jerrold E. Marsden Anthony Tromba
  • ISBN: 9780716749929
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Now in its fifth edition, Vector Calculus helps students gain an intuitive and solid understanding of this important subject The book s careful account is a contemporary balance between theory, application, and historical development, providing it s readers with an insight into how mathematics progresses and is in turn influenced by the natural world.

    Vector calculus Vector Calculus BetterExplained Vector Calculus Understanding Circulation and Curl. Vector Calculus Mathematics LibreTexts Vector calculus is concerned with differentiation and integration of vector fields, primarily in dimensional Euclidean space The term vector calculus is sometimes used as a synonym for the broader subject of multivariable calculus. Vector Calculus by Jerrold E Marsden Now in its fifth edition, Vector Calculus helps students gain an intuitive and solid understanding of this important subject The book s careful account is a contemporary balance between theory, application, and historical development, providing it s readers with an insight into how mathematics progresses and is in turn influenced by the natural world. Vector Calculus Whitman College Vector Fields Line Integrals The Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals Green s Theorem Divergence and Curl Vector Functions for Surfaces Surface Integrals Stokes s Theorem . Vector Calculus Whitman College Vector Calculus . Vector Fields This chapter is concerned with applying calculus in the context of vector elds A two dimensional vector eld is a function f that maps each point x,y in R to a two dimensional vector hu,vi, and similarly a three dimensional vector eld maps x,y,z to hu,v,wi.

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    436 Comments

    1. This is probably the most thorough, clear, and beautiful mathematics text I've ever used. No, I won't sell it to you.


    2. Me sirvió MUCHO para preparar Análisis II. Totalmente recomendado, se explica todo de una forma sencilla, pero que a la vez te permite llegar a algún lugar más profundo.


    3. While I intended to read all of it, after finishing with chapter 2, I found Colley's "Vector Calculus" to be much better than this. So, I will not be reading this book anymore.I originally wrote"I am going to provide a review of this book while I am going through it I will edit each time I go through one chapter.On the whole book(I will edit this as I go on):Everything is explained in a very clear way. Lot's of examples and problems and the answers to half of them are very useful. There also a l [...]


    4. I had seen a lot of bad reviews about this book by frustrated math students. I personally think, that this is the best book that explains concepts of curl and divergence clearly. All those who thinks that this book is rigorous must spend a little bit of their time in reading the first few pages where mathematical symbols are explained. These symbols should be applied seriously and all theorems and example problems should be reread until the concept is clear This is a must read for people trying [...]


    5. The history of math sections are absolutely pointless. Who has time to read those extra sections? They just take up extra space in the book. It could probably be about half the size if they cut those sections out. Surprisingly light, though, for the width of the book.


    6. One of the best textbooks I used in university; clear and with lots of useful examples. There is another volume of solved problems of this book that proved particularly useful to prepare practical exams.



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