Div, Grad, Curl And All That – An Informal Text on Vector Calculus 3rd ed – H. Schey (Norton, ) , Oct , K. Div, Grad, Curl And All . Page 1. div grad an curl informal and on text. Vector all calculus that third edition. h. m. schey. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Div, grad, curl, and all that: an informal text on vector calculus / H.M. Schey Schey, Harry M. (Harry Moritz), · View online · Borrow · Buy.
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DIV, Grad, Curl, and All That: An Informal Text on Vector Calculus
I ran across the Vector Function derivatives in the title in a physics book. All one needs is a semester of calc, and this book. Very unclear derivations at times and very big logical steps missing.
This book is all about intuition rather than rigor.
If you are a physics student struggling to put precise physical intuition into divergence, gradient and curl operations, this text is a quick study. May 28, Aneece rated it really liked it Shelves: A decent understanding of trigonometry and single variable calculus are mandatory prerequisites.
Steve gard it really liked it Aug 19, Although the author has justified the existence of the 4th edition largely due to the insertion of more examples, I still think that they are not enough. Ideal for the physics student who wants to develop their intuition for the basic theorems of vector calculus. Published January 1st by W. To see what your friends thought cufl this book, please sign up.
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I’ll have to go back through to do a more careful rereading and work some of the problems, but it’s scheu pretty wonderful guide to the topic of multivariable calculus. Lists with This Book. Arc rated it really liked it Jun 25, I recommend the Physics undergrad read this the summer before their first year of university studies. This book explained the mysteries hinted at in the other book. This math book is incredibly fun to read: Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Some exercises in the last chapter assumes knowledge of physics I don’t have so I skipped those. Sep 27, Rakibullah Sazib rated it really liked it.
Return to Book Page. Jul 07, Frank rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a great, accessible primer on vector calculus. Nov 25, Teressa marked it as to-read.
Good start before entering full fledged mathematical formulation of electromagnetism. I’ve read that mathematicians prefer proofs, physicists derivations.
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It’s also nice to get a glimpse of the utility of these important theorems. It also helps build intuitions for calculus courses which are more rigorous, since the author specifies in what sense he is being “sloppy” by stating what are needed to make some arguments work in rigorous manner. It makes me wonder why people bother searching for enlightenment in ancient tomes.