## Differential and Integral Calculus
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### Contents

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Chapter II FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES AND THEIR DERIVATIVES | 39 |

Chapter III DEVELOPMENTS AND APPLICATIONS OF THE DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS | 111 |

Chapter IV MULTIPLE INTEGRALS | 215 |

Chapter V INTEGRATION OVER REGIONS IN SEVERAL DIMENSIONS | 343 |

Chapter VI DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 412 |

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analytic analytic function angle arbitrary assume axes boundary bounded calculate Cauchy’s centre of mass Chap circle closed curve closed region components consider const constant continuous function converges corresponding deﬁned deﬁnition denote determinant differential equation diﬁerence diﬁerential direction double integral envelope Euler’s example expression extreme value family of curves ﬁg fimction ﬁnd ﬁnite number ﬁrst ﬁxed ﬂuid follows formula function f gamma function Gauss’s theorem geometrical given gives Hence improper integral independent variables inequality inﬁnite integrand Jacobian limit line integral linear mean value theorem means multiply my-plane neighbourhood normal obtain oriented origin parameter partial derivatives point of accumulation polar co-ordinates positive number power series proof Prove radius rational numbers real numbers rectangle respect rotation satisﬁed sequence solution sphere Stokes’s theorem straight line sub-regions suﬁiciently surface integral tangent plane tends to zero vanishes vector ﬁeld velocity z-axis