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Multivariable calculus is a branch of mathematics that extends the concepts of single-variable calculus to functions of multiple variables. In this subject, vectors and partial derivatives are introduced to represent and manipulate multi-dimensional data. The gradient of a function represents the rate of change of a function in a particular direction, while the tangent plane provides a way to approximate the behavior of a function near a specific point. The Jacobian matrix is used to transform coordinate systems, while multiple integrals are used to calculate the volume under a surface. Two important theorems in multivariable calculus are the divergence theorem and Stokes' theorem, which relate the behavior of vector fields to concepts such as line integrals and the flow of fluids.
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