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Calculus 3
Calculus 3
Topics explored in this course includes vector and vector functions in 2D and 3D, multivariable differential calculus, and double integrals in both the Cartesian and Polar coordinate planes.
9 topics
121 lectures
Educators
Curriculum
Vectors
6 videos
The Dot Product
5 videos
The Cross Product
5 videos
Lines and Planes in Space
5 videos
Vector Valued Functions
16 videos
Multivariate Functions
21 videos
Multivariable Optimization
16 videos
Multiple Integrals
21 videos
Vector Fields
26 videos
Lectures
04:31
Multivariate Functions
Multivariate Functions - Intro
Matt Just
12:23
Multivariate Functions
Level Curves and Surfaces - Overview
Matt Just
03:58
Multivariate Functions
Level Curves and Surfaces - Example 1
Matt Just
12:58
Multivariate Functions
Level Curves and Surfaces - Example 2
Matt Just
11:02
Multivariate Functions
Level Curves and Surfaces - Example 3
Matt Just
02:53
Multivariate Functions
Level Curves and Surfaces - Example 4
Matt Just
08:33
Multivariate Functions
Limits and Continuity - Overview
Matt Just
05:23
Multivariate Functions
Limits and Continuity - Example 1
Matt Just
06:35
Multivariate Functions
Limits and Continuity - Example 2
Matt Just
03:12
Multivariate Functions
Limits and Continuity - Example 3
Matt Just
04:23
Multivariate Functions
Limits and Continuity - Example 4
Matt Just
12:15
Multivariate Functions
Partial Derivatives - Overview
Matt Just
04:14
Multivariate Functions
Partial Derivatives - Example 1
Matt Just
05:27
Multivariate Functions
Partial Derivatives - Example 2
Matt Just
04:12
Multivariate Functions
Partial Derivatives - Example 3
Matt Just
02:33
Multivariate Functions
Partial Derivatives - Example 4
Matt Just
11:54
Multivariate Functions
Chain Rule - Overview
Matt Just
02:06
Multivariate Functions
Chain Rule - Example 1
Matt Just
08:04
Multivariate Functions
Chain Rule - Example 2
Matt Just
02:32
Multivariate Functions
Chain Rule - Example 3
Matt Just
02:59
Multivariate Functions
Chain Rule - Example 4
Matt Just