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[QUOTE="Mondayman, post: 6392241, member: 581575"] You may want to have a look at Div, Grad, Curl, and All That. It teaches vector calculus with an emphasis on E&M. Also, I have a book called Vector Analysis with Applications to Physics and Geometry, by Schwartz, Green, and Rutledge. It teaches basic vector calculus and has chapters on statics, kinematics, dynamics, differential geometry, harmonic functions, electrostatics, magnetism and electrodynamics, and linear vector functions. In the preface the said "It is the belief of the authors that vector analysis should be considered as both a mathematical discipline and a language of physics". It is a terrific book, and if you can find it I would highly recommend it if you are just learning vector calculus. [/QUOTE]
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