Calculus 3, part 2 of 2

A total of 44.5 hours of Video in 200 lectures

This is an academic level course for university and college engineering. Due to its size, it is divided into two parts.

Level - Intermediate

You need to be familiar with Calculus 1 and Calculus 2 and some Linear Algebra before you can make full use of this course. You should also have worked through part 1 of this course beforehand.

Curriculum

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Calculus 3, part 2 of 2

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Outline part 2

A detailed list of all the lectures in part 2 of the course, including which theorems will be discussed and which problems will be solved. If you are looking for a particular kind of problem or a particular concept, this is where you should look first.

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Course Objectives & Outcomes for part 2

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How to solve problems in multivariable calculus and vector calculus (illustrated with more than 150 solved problems) and why these methods work.
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Direct and inverse substitutions for multiple integrals with many examples; Fubini’s theorem for various types of domains.
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Green’s, Stokes’ and Gauss’ theorems.
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Surfaces as graphs of functions of two variables and parametric surfaces; normal vectors and orientation of surfaces; boundary of a surface.
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7 types of integrals: double, double improper, and triple integrals; line integrals and surface integrals of functions and of vector fields.
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Conservative vector fields and their potentials; fundamental theorem for conservative vector fields.
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Gradient, curl and divergence.
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Five methods of computing line integrals of vector fields and four methods of computing surface integrals of vector fields (flux integrals).