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Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra,. And Differential Forms. A Unified Approach. John Hamal Hubbard. Barbara Burke Hubbard. If you have a copy of Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Forms: A Unified See the table of contents in pdf form (requires Acrobat Reader). 1. Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential. Forms: A Unified Approach. Table of Contents. PREFACE xi. CHAPTER 0 Preliminaries. Introduction. 1.

For information on ordering , please go to the order pages above. If you would like to be notified when this book is available, please. Please write hubbard matrixeditions. What makes this book different? John H. There is also new material, in response to requests from computer science colleagues:

If your are taking your first serious math course and don't have the book, you may find several brief excerpts useful; they are from Chapter 0: They are in pdf format and can be read using Acrobat Reader. The first discusses how to read mathematics.

Many students who never read their math texts in high school discover this doesn't work in college. The third gives the vocabulary of set theory and a nice picture of Bertrand Russell shaving his image in the mirror.

If you find an error in the text, please write jhh8 cornell. The errata list for the second edition was updated on June 7, Lists are available at.

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Errata First Edition. If you would like to be notified by e-mail when new errata are posted, please write Barbara Hubbard at hubbard MatrixEditions.

A sequel book will be published by Matrix Editions. See the tentative. If you would like to be notified when this book is available, please. His official Cornell University site.

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Hubbard , professor of mathematics, Cornell University and the University of Provence. Save money You can now order the textbook at a discount, from MatrixEditions.

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What makes this book different? We integrate linear algebra and multivariate calculus.

We emphasize computationally effective algorithms, and prove theorems by showing that those algorithms really work. This better reflects the way this mathematics is used today, in both applied and in pure mathematics.

This gives one elegant theorem, the generalized Stokes's theorem, that works in all dimensions. Have you forgotten your login? John H.

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This 5th edition contains all the things that made the earlier editions different from other textbooks. Among others: Integrating linear algebra and multivariable calculus Using effective algorithms to prove the main theorems Newton's method and the implicit function theorem, for instance A new approach to both Riemann integration and Lebesgue integration Manifolds and a serious introduction to differential geometry A new way of introducing differential forms and the exterior derivative.

There is also new material, in response to requests from computer science colleagues: More big matrices!