Multivariable Calculus Instructor: Edward Frenkel Course website: math.berkeley.edu

7 thoughts on “Mathematics – Multivariable Calculus – Lecture 24”

drezler5

His handwriting is amazingly good. It’s interesting how much repetition exists in math. A development of a topic involves such a gradual transformation of ideas. It’s very gentle. Math pokes at the imagination in a very powerful way. That lecture hall seems like a happy place. I wish I was there. I would play firsbee afterwards.

player1929

boring!!!

kstahmer

Green’s Theorem and Green’s Theorem compared & contrasted with the Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals are discussed.

Differential forms and line integrals of f with respect to arc length are alluded to as well.

His handwriting is amazingly good. It’s interesting how much repetition exists in math. A development of a topic involves such a gradual transformation of ideas. It’s very gentle. Math pokes at the imagination in a very powerful way. That lecture hall seems like a happy place. I wish I was there. I would play firsbee afterwards.

boring!!!

Green’s Theorem and Green’s Theorem compared & contrasted with the Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals are discussed.

Differential forms and line integrals of f with respect to arc length are alluded to as well.

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nice accent

pretty cool professor.