By Harold M. Edwards

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In a booklet written for mathematicians, academics of arithmetic, and hugely prompted scholars, Harold Edwards has taken a daring and strange method of the presentation of complicated calculus. He starts off with a lucid dialogue of differential kinds and fast strikes to the elemental theorems of calculus and Stokes’ theorem. the result's actual arithmetic, either in spirit and content material, and an exhilarating selection for an honors or graduate direction or certainly for any mathematician wanting a refreshingly casual and versatile reintroduction to the topic. For some of these power readers, the writer has made the strategy paintings within the most sensible culture of artistic mathematics.

This reasonable softcover reprint of the 1994 version offers the various set of themes from which complex calculus classes are created in attractive unifying generalization. the writer emphasizes using differential varieties in linear algebra, implicit differentiation in larger dimensions utilizing the calculus of differential varieties, and the tactic of Lagrange multipliers in a basic yet easy-to-use formula. There are copious workouts to aid consultant the reader in checking out realizing. The chapters could be learn in nearly any order, together with starting with the ultimate bankruptcy that comprises a few of the extra conventional themes of complicated calculus classes. moreover, it really is perfect for a path on vector research from the differential varieties element of view.

The expert mathematician will locate the following a pleasant instance of mathematical literature; the coed lucky sufficient to have passed through this booklet can have a company take hold of of the character of contemporary arithmetic and an outstanding framework to proceed to extra complex studies.

The most vital feature…is that it truly is fun—it is enjoyable to learn the workouts, it's enjoyable to learn the reviews published within the margins, it really is enjoyable just to decide a random spot within the e-book and start examining. this can be the way in which arithmetic might be offered, with an pleasure and liveliness that exhibit why we're drawn to the subject.

—The American Mathematical per 30 days (First evaluation)

An inviting, strange, high-level advent to vector calculus, dependent solidly on differential types. tremendous exposition: casual yet subtle, down-to-earth yet common, geometrically rigorous, unique yet severe. awesome diversified functions, actual and mathematical.

—The American Mathematical per 30 days (1994) in keeping with the second one Edition

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Bb' dv dv The 2-form (ab'- a' b) du dv is called 'the pullback of the 2-form dx dy under the affine map (l)'. The name 'pullback' derives from the fact that the map goes from the uv-plane to the xy-plane while the 2-form dx dy on the xy-plane 'pulls back' to a 2-form on the uv-plane; Chapter 1 / Constant Forms 12 that is, the pullback goes in the direction (xy to uv) opposite to the direction of the map itself (uv to xy). , and not by the formula (2). Then the same rules serve to define the pullback of a 2-form A dy dz B dz dx C dx dy under an affine map + + + + x =au+ bv c y = a'u b'v c' z = a"u b"v c" + + + + of the uv-plane to xyz-space.

Show that their limit is fv A dx dy. Why is it necessary to restrict to polygonal subdivisions? The approximating sums of the text were based on rectangular subdivisions because they are easiest to describe (being defined simply by the numbers x;, Yi) and because it is quite difficult to define precisely what is meant by 'an arbitrary subdivision of the plane into polygons'. 2 the integral of a k-form over an oriented kdimensional domain was described as a limit of approximating sums, an approximating sum being formed by constructing a finely divided oriented polygonal domain which approximates the domain of integration, 'evaluating' the k-form on each polygon of this polygonal domain, and adding; the 'evaluation' involves first evaluating the k-form at some point near the polygon to obtain a constant k-form, and then proceeding as in Chapter 1.

This conceptual interpretation will frequently be used to explain ideas, but it will not be used to define concepts or to prove theorems until Chapter 6. Exercises 1 Show that the pullback of dx dy dz under the composition ofthe maps u = r + 3s v= 2s+t w=r- s+t x = 2u + v y = 3u + v z= u+v+w is equal to the pullback of the pullback; that is, verify the theorem for this case. 5 / Summary 19 2 Do the same for the composition of the maps u = lOr- 1s v w = = + t + 5s- t r + s + 2t 3r x = 2u + v y = 13u- v z = -u + + + 1v - w w 2w.

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