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Introduction to Vectors and Tensors Volume 2: Vector and Tensor Analysis

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Introduction to Vectors and Tensors Volume 2: Vector and Tensor Analysis
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ISBN/ASIN: 0306375095
Number of pages: 246

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The textbook presents introductory concepts of vector and tensor analysis. Volume II begins with a discussion of Euclidean Manifolds which leads to a development of the analytical and geometrical aspects of vector and tensor fields. We have not included a discussion of general differentiable manifolds. However, we have included a chapter on vector and tensor fields defined on Hypersurfaces in a Euclidean Manifold.

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