Is there any book which teaches multivariable calculus from a physics perspective? I understand math a lot better when it is applied to physics, and I was wondering if there is a "physical" approach to multivariable calc. Any ideas?


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  • $\begingroup$ Try the book ' Mathematical tools for physicists' $\endgroup$ – Sciencisco Aug 2 at 17:00