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Looking for beginner book on Vector Calculus

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Vector Calculus help

Does anyone know of a good book to learn Vector Calculus??
Any suggestions would be appreciated
 

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Re: Vector Calculus help

This book was recommended by I have not checked it out myself

H. M. Schey (1997). Div Grad Curl and all that: An informal text on vector calculus, W. W. Norton & Company. ISBN 0-393-96997.

Take a look here http://www.mathphysics.com/calc/ for Maple worksheets
You might also want do a google search to see what you get.
If you want solved problems, you might want to check out a Schaum's Outline.

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Re: Vector Calculus help

I wouldn't advice Schaum's Outlines. I think they're only good for revision. You'll only manage to confuse yourself if you use them as your primary references.
 

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