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laz0r

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I'm looking to get a Master's Degree in statistics two years from now, is there any point of me taking a class that involves multi-variable vector calculus (Green's Theorem, gradient, divergence/curl etc...)? From the material that I've seen online it seems that it is not used in statistics at all, but I'm looking for more opinions here.

I'd like to point out that I did well in the first multi-variable calculus course, but the "pure math" portion of the course did not appeal to me. I much prefer applied math courses (hence the statistics degree).

Thanks in advance!