I am using Stewart's textbook right now and it is horrible. I really wonder how my other classmates get their work done, I feel like I have more trouble than them. Weird thing is, most of them don't even pay attention in class.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Anyways, are there any books that give Calc III exercises and give step by step solutions? Stewart's book and solution manual doesn't give even number solutions for some reason (what a rip off $60). My prof is like terrible explaining stuff, so I am kinda screwed.

I also have tried Mathematical Methods by Wiley, but they don't have enough exercises

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# Any good Calculus III books that comes with explanations?

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