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**Recommend a "Vector Calculus" book**

- by "Vector Calculus" i do not mean Calc III (multivariate). What i mean is the Calculus course that follows after Calc III and consists of topics such as Stokes's and divergence theorems, Cartesian tensors.

- Wel'll be using Vector Calculus by Jerrold E. Marsden and Anthony Tromba as our textbook. I'm reading some amazon reviews and the book sounds a bit hard to follow.

- I want another book which is relatively easier to follow but covers pretty much same material. I'll be self-studying from this book so recommend a good one please ;)

- I have ran into two books: Vector Calculus by Paul C. Matthews (Springer) and Div, Grad, Curl, and All That: An Informal Text on Vector Calculus, Fourth Edition by H.M.Schey. Would you recommend them?

P.S. What *SPECIFIC* topics from Calc III should I review before taking this course?

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