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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello, does anyone have reference to(or care to write out) fully rigorous proof of Stokes theorem which does not reference Differential Forms? I'm reviewing some physics stuff and I want to relearn it.

I honestly will never use the higher dimensional version but I still want to see a full proof in the 3d case - my analysis texts use differential forms and my calculus books don't provide a real proof. I could learn differential forms but I will not use it and I will then forget, making it kind of a waste of time.

I honestly will never use the higher dimensional version but I still want to see a full proof in the 3d case - my analysis texts use differential forms and my calculus books don't provide a real proof. I could learn differential forms but I will not use it and I will then forget, making it kind of a waste of time.