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Course Topic(s): One-Variable Calculus | General Collections of Applets | Multivariable Calculus | Vector-Valued Functions and Velocity/Acceleration | Graphing Multivariable Functions | Directional Derivatives and Gradients | Double Integrals: Applications
This is a collection of images and animations of various concepts in multivariable calculus, including a plane tangent to a sphere, a function with two local maxima but no local minimum, and a helix with Frenet Frame. There are also images of certain 3D regions which may appear in a multivariable or single variable calculus course, such as solids of revolution and the intersection of two cylinders.
Resource URL: http://www.math.tamu.edu/~tkiffe/calc3/
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Creator(s): Thomas Kiffe
Contributor(s): Thomas Kiffe
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Resource copyright: Â© 2007-08 Thomas Kiffe
This review was published on June 14, 2011
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