Calculus using more than the usual two variables x and y in a function. The most common multivariable function would have three variables x,y and z, with z being the dependent variable.
A nicely organized and detailed study of calculus of 3 or more variables topics. Includes a review of minimum and maximum problems and vectors.
Textbook by George Cain and James Herod. Chapters in PDF.
Multivariable Calculus Applets
Features graphing gradients, parametric, and polar curves, matrix manipulation, and a tutorial on determinants.
Multivariable Calculus Examples
An interactive tutorial of multivariable calculus. A lot of work with graphics. Requires the use of DPG programming to participate in the examples.
Features problem sets for different topics. Includes a brief introduction to each topic. Uses pdf or dvi files.
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