Multivariable calculus

Think calculus. Then think algebra II and working with two variables in a single equation. Now generalize and combine these two mathematical concepts, and you begin to see some of what Multivariable calculus entails, only now include multi dimensional thinking. Typical concepts or operations may include: limits and continuity, partial differentiation, multiple integration, scalar functions, and fundamental theorem of calculus in multiple dimensions.
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Surface integrals and Stokes' theorem

Parameterizing a surface. Surface integrals. Stokes' theorem.
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Parameterizing a surface

You can parameterize a line with a position vector valued function and understand what a differential means in that context already. This tutorial will take things further by parametrizing surfaces (2 parameters baby!) and have us thinking about partial differentials.

Flux in 3D and constructing unit normal vectors to surface

Flux can be view as the rate at which "stuff" passes through a surface. Imagine a net placed in a river and imagine the water that is flowing directly across the net in a unit of time--this is flux (and it would depend on the orientation of the net, the shape of the net, and the speed and direction of the current). It is an important idea throughout physics and is key for understanding Stokes' theorem and the divergence theorem.

Stokes' theorem intuition and application

Stokes' theorem relates the line integral around a surface to the curl on the surface. This tutorial explores the intuition behind Stokes' theorem, how it is an extension of Green's theorem to surfaces (as opposed to just regions) and gives some examples using it. We prove Stokes' theorem in another tutorial. Good to come to this tutorial having experienced the tutorial on "flux in 3D".