Hello, I'm learning vector calculus in my physics class. We're using Mathematical methods for Physicists by Arfken, but I think it makes a better reference source than something to learn the concepts from. I've downloaded the Feynman lectures which seem to be pretty good so far, but I was wondering if there's another book that someone could recommend.. starting with the very basics. Thanks!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Book recommendation for vector calculus.

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