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I was looking for a free PDF from which I can review MV calculus.


  1. MV Limits, Continuity, Differentiation.
  2. Differentiation of vector and scalar fields
  3. Surface/Multiple Integrals

A succinct book would be great, (coherent) course notes and presentations would do as well.

I ran google searches with filetype:pdf but I couldn't find one which fits all my requirements.

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Have you seen this? – ItsNotObvious Jul 9 '12 at 22:15
I'm sure your keyboard wouldn't wear out appreciably faster if you refrained from using nonstandard abbreviations in your question titles. – Henning Makholm Jul 9 '12 at 22:23
@HenningMakholm. I'll keep that in mind. – Inquest Jul 10 '12 at 6:09
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You might try Paul Dawkins’ on-line Calculus III notes, which can be downloaded in PDF format. I’ve not looked at them, but I’ve taught Calculus I and II from his notes for those courses and found them quite usable, though there are certainly books that are better.

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Michael Corral's Vector Calculus is a good free reference too.

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