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I'd like to start learning multivariate calculus along with linear algebra. However, I have a little problem in choosing a suitable text. I'd like to have a text with more theory and less applications. Some people have recommend Apostol, but is it too rigorous for an introduction? So, I'd like to ask what is a good multivariate calculus text that is comprehensive?

I am also using this linear algebra book in conjunction, but it's up for change.

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Thanks.

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