Aren't you still just deriving or integrating with respect to one variable each time? At each step you have an "active" variable that you're using to derive or to integrate, but anything other than that one variable is treated as a constant (even if they are unknown constants).

Aren't you still just deriving or integrating with respect to one variable each time? At each step you have an "active" variable that you're using to derive or to integrate, but anything other than that one variable is treated as a constant (even if they are unknown constants).

ReplyDeleteI hope you aren't a math major. If you are, and you struggle with multivariate calculus, then consider switching programs.

ReplyDeleteThis. If you can't do Calc 3 you are 100% doomed.

DeleteYou could be OK if you stuck to discrete math as much as possible.

DeleteSorry, you need infinite time to understand that subject

ReplyDeleteYou just gotta imagine those 3D shapes. Or just use Fubini's theorem.

ReplyDeleteYou don't.

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