An old classic on Vector Calculus-a good book to review the subject with.Published 1 month ago by Paul C.
I've studied with this text and used it in grad classes since edition 1. I think it is an excellent text.Published 7 months ago by Jim Nicholls
My prof for structural geology told me to get it.
I've learnt all this in my math class, but this provides a very concise, easy to read, easy to refer to kind of... Read more
Bought this as an early Christmas gift for my husband's uncle who is into reading these types of books. Shipping was on time and he's very happy with his book.Published 10 months ago by FlatLiquid
Great book for anyone studying multivariable calculus, physics, engineering, etc. It explains the principles and concepts, the trigonometry, the geometry, in plain language, while... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Conrad
This is a great vector calc reference. You'll find yourself turning to it again and again. Written clearly, with good examples -- its the standard, concise reference on the topic.Published 12 months ago by Earnric
The title of the book "an informal text on vector calculus" makes you believe that somehow you are going to understand what vector calculus is all about, maybe an instructor didnt... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ssound
All of the examples in this book are taken from electrostatics. I had hoped for a broader treatment of vector calculus, as my primary interest is in its application to... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael L. McCurdy
This is a great supplemental text to go along with a standard multivariate calculus textbook. It explains the concept of vector calculus with many physics applications. Read morePublished 21 months ago by a student