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Calculus Volume 3

16th Edition

Gilbert Strang, Edwin Jed Herman

Publisher: OpenStax

ISBN: 9781938168079

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Chapter 1 - Parametric Equations And Polar CoordinatesChapter 1.1 - Parametric EquationsChapter 1.2 - Calculus Of Parametric CurvesChapter 1.3 - Polar CoordinatesChapter 1.4 - Area And Arc Length In Polar CoordinatesChapter 1.5 - Conic SectionsChapter 2 - Vectors In SpaceChapter 2.1 - Vectors In The PlaneChapter 2.2 - Vectors In Three DimensionsChapter 2.3 - The Dot Product

Chapter 2.4 - The Cross ProductChapter 2.5 - Equations Of Lines And Planes In SpaceChapter 2.6 - Quadric SurfacesChapter 2.7 - Cylindrical And Spherical CoordinatesChapter 3 - Vector-valued FunctionsChapter 3.1 - Vector-valued Functions And Space CurvesChapter 3.2 - Calculus Of Vector-valued FunctionsChapter 3.3 - Arc Length And CurvatureChapter 3.4 - Motion In SpaceChapter 4 - Differentiation Of Functions Of Several VariablesChapter 4.1 - Functions Of Several VariablesChapter 4.2 - Limits And ContinuityChapter 4.3 - Partial DerivativesChapter 4.4 - Tangent Planes And Linear ApproximationsChapter 4.5 - The Chain RuleChapter 4.6 - Directional Derivatives And The GradientChapter 4.7 - Maxima/minima ProblemsChapter 4.8 - Lagrange MultipliersChapter 5 - Multiple IntegrationChapter 5.1 - Double Integrals Over Rectangular RegionsChapter 5.2 - Double Integrals Over General RegionsChapter 5.3 - Double Integrals In Polar CoordinatesChapter 5.4 - Triple IntegralsChapter 5.5 - Triple Integrals In Cylindrical And Spherical CoordinatesChapter 5.6 - Calculating Centers Of Mass And Moments Of InertiaChapter 5.7 - Change Of Variables In Multiple IntegralsChapter 6 - Vector CalculusChapter 6.1 - Vector FieldsChapter 6.2 - Line IntegralsChapter 6.3 - Conservative Vector FieldsChapter 6.4 - Green's TheoremChapter 6.5 - Divergence And CurlChapter 6.6 - Surface IntegralsChapter 6.7 - Stokes' TheoremChapter 6.8 - The Divergence TheoremChapter 7 - Second-order Differential EquationsChapter 7.1 - Second-order Linear EquationsChapter 7.2 - Nonhomogeneous Linear EquationsChapter 7.3 - ApplicationsChapter 7.4 - Series Solutions Of Differential Equations

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Many plane curves in mathematics are named after the people who first investigated them, like the...True or False? Justify your answer with a proof or a counter example. 322. The rectangular...For the following exercises, determine whether the statement is true or false. Justify the answer...True or False? Justify your answer with a proof or a counterexample. 202. A parametric equation that...For the following exercises, determine whether the statement is true or false. Justify your answer...True or False? Justify your answer with a proof or a counterexample. 416. abcdf(x,y)dydx=cdabf(...True or False? Justify your answer with a proof or a counterexample. 427. Vector field...True or False? Justify your answer with a proof or a counterexample. 117. If y and z are both...

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