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Hello. I am currently doing a high school univariate calculus book, but I would like to go through Apostol's two volumes to get a strong foundation in calculus. His first volume seems great, and I've heard great things about his series, but I am not sure if his second volume contains sufficient multivariable calculus. I looked at the table of contents, and I only see one chapter that looks relevant to multivariable calculus (although I am not 100% sure what to look for). I do like his coverage of linear algebra and ODEs, however I would like to study from Spivak's calculus on manifolds, Munkre's analysis on manifolds, and a PDE book afterwards. Would his multivariate calculus cover what I need for these? My ultimate goal is to be a physicist, and I am most interested in general relativity and particle physics.