## Derivatives and Integrals of Multivariable FunctionsThis text is appropriate for a one-semester course in what is usually called ad vanced calculus of several variables. The approach taken here extends elementary results about derivatives and integrals of single-variable functions to functions in several-variable Euclidean space. The elementary material in the single- and several-variable case leads naturally to significant advanced theorems about func tions of multiple variables. In the first three chapters, differentiability and derivatives are defined; prop erties of derivatives reducible to the scalar, real-valued case are discussed; and two results from the vector case, important to the theoretical development of curves and surfaces, are presented. The next three chapters proceed analogously through the development of integration theory. Integrals and integrability are de fined; properties of integrals of scalar functions are discussed; and results about scalar integrals of vector functions are presented. The development of these lat ter theorems, the vector-field theorems, brings together a number of results from other chapters and emphasizes the physical applications of the theory. |

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### Contents

Differentiability of Multivariable Functions | ix |

12 Derivatives and Partial Derivatives | 6 |

13 The Chain Rule | 11 |

1 4 Higher Derivatives | 19 |

Derivatives of Scalar Functions | 29 |

22 The Mean Value Theorem | 33 |

23 Extreme Values and the Derivative | 38 |

24 Extreme Values and the Second Derivative | 43 |

43 Domains of Integrability | 112 |

44 Integrability and Sets of Zero Volume | 119 |

Integrals of Scalar Functions | 131 |

52 Properties of Integrals | 140 |

53 Change of Variable | 144 |

54 Generalized Integrals | 157 |

55 Line Integrals | 165 |

56 Surface Integrals | 182 |

25 Implicit Scalar Functions | 48 |

26 Curves Surfaces Tangents and Normals | 56 |

Derivatives of Vector Functions | 69 |

32 The Inverse Function Theorem | 75 |

33 The Implicit Function Theorem | 81 |

34 Lagranges Method | 92 |

Integrability of Multivariable Functions | 101 |

42 Integrability in a Box | 105 |

Vector Integrals and the VectorField Theorems | 197 |

62 PathIndependence | 206 |

The Theorems of Green and Stokes | 214 |

64 Gausss Theorem | 231 |

Solutions to Exercises | 243 |

References | 309 |

Index | 311 |

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