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Apart from basic calculus, the most important things in multivariable calculus for classical physics are the change of variables formula involving the Jacobian, and the divergence theorem and Stokes's theorem. For quantum mechanics, the most important thing is the formal definition of a vector space, the inner product, and the eigenvalue of an operator.

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