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Vector Analysis Notes by Matthew Hutton

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Vector Analysis Notes
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Publisher: matthewhutton.com
Number of pages: 63

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Contents: Introduction; The real thing; Line Integrals; Gradient Vector Fields; Surface Integrals; Divergence of Vector Fields; Gauss Divergence Theorem; Integration by Parts; Green's Theorem; Stokes Theorem; Spherical Coordinates; Complex Differentation; Complex power series; Holomorphic Functions; Complex Integration; Cauchy's theorem; Cauchy Integral Formula; Real Integrals; Power Series for holomorphic functions; Real Sums.

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