Calculus: Multivariable, 6th Edition
October 2012, ©2013
12 FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES
12.1 FUNCTIONS OF TWO VARIABLES
12.2 GRAPHS AND SURFACES
12.3 CONTOUR DIAGRAMS
12.4 LINEAR FUNCTIONS
12.5 FUNCTIONS OF THREE VARIABLES
12.6 LIMITS AND CONTINUITY
13 A FUNDAMENTAL TOOL: VECTORS
13.1 DISPLACEMENT VECTORS
13.2 VECTORS IN GENERAL
13.3 THE DOT PRODUCT
13.4 THE CROSS PRODUCT
14 DIFFERENTIATING FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES
14.1 THE PARTIAL DERIVATIVE
14.2 COMPUTING PARTIAL DERIVATIVES ALGEBRAICALLY
14.3 LOCAL LINEARITY AND THE DIFFERENTIAL
14.4 GRADIENTS AND DIRECTIONAL DERIVATIVES IN THE PLANE
14.5 GRADIENTS AND DIRECTIONAL DERIVATIVES IN SPACE
14.6 THE CHAIN RULE
14.7 SECOND-ORDER PARTIAL DERIVATIVES
15 OPTIMIZATION: LOCAL AND GLOBAL EXTREMA
15.1 CRITICAL POINTS: LOCAL EXTREMA AND SADDLE POINTS
15.3 CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION: LAGRANGE MULTIPLIERS
16 INTEGRATING FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES
16.1 THE DEFINITE INTEGRAL OF A FUNCTION OF TWO VARIABLES
16.2 ITERATED INTEGRALS
16.3 TRIPLE INTEGRALS
16.4 DOUBLE INTEGRALS IN POLAR COORDINATES
16.5 INTEGRALS IN CYLINDRICAL AND SPHERICAL COORDINATES
16.6 APPLICATIONS OF INTEGRATION TO PROBABILITY
17 PARAMETERIZATION AND VECTOR FIELDS
17.1 PARAMETERIZED CURVES
17.2 MOTION, VELOCITY, AND ACCELERATION
17.3 VECTOR FIELDS
17.4 THE FLOW OF A VECTOR FIELD
18 LINE INTEGRALS
18.1 THE IDEA OF A LINE INTEGRAL
18.2 COMPUTING LINE INTEGRALS OVER PARAMETERIZED CURVES
18.3 GRADIENT FIELDS AND PATH-INDEPENDENT FIELDS
18.4 PATH-DEPENDENT VECTOR FIELDS AND GREEN’S THEOREM
19 FLUX INTEGRALS AND DIVERGENCE
19.1 THE IDEA OF A FLUX INTEGRAL
19.2 FLUX INTEGRALS FOR GRAPHS, CYLINDERS, AND SPHERES
19.3 THE DIVERGENCE OF A VECTOR FIELD
19.4 THE DIVERGENCE THEOREM
20 THE CURL AND STOKES’ THEOREM
20.1 THE CURL OF A VECTOR FIELD
20.2 STOKES’ THEOREM
20.3 THE THREE FUNDAMENTAL THEOREMS
21 PARAMETERS, COORDINATES, AND INTEGRALS
21.1 COORDINATES AND PARAMETERIZED SURFACES
21.2 CHANGE OF COORDINATES IN A MULTIPLE INTEGRAL
21.3 FLUX INTEGRALS OVER PARAMETERIZED SURFACES
A ROOTS, ACCURACY, AND BOUNDS
B COMPLEX NUMBERS
C NEWTON’S METHOD
D VECTORS IN THE PLANE
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