
1. Sketch and describe regions in R^2 and R^3 in Cartesian, polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates as applicable
2. Calculate integrals of multivariable functions
 determine whether a given vector field is conservative and if so identify its potential
 parametrise curves and compute line integrals, including in the applications of work and mass
 compute double, surface and triple integrals, including in the applications of mass, area, volume and flux
3. apply the theorems of Gauss (Divergence), Green and Stokes
 compute the divergence and curl of a vector field and explain their physical meanings
 decide which type of integral is relevant for each application


Vector Calculus extends the single variable calculus of Calculus 1 and 2 into multivariable and vector calculus. The course deals extensively with integration; we shall cover double, triple, surface and line integrals. In the contexts of double and triple integrals we shall carry out coordinate changes, While our major focus is on shifts between Cartesian and polar/cylindrical/spherical coordinates, we shall also look at special oneoff cases of coordinate changes. A key feature of this section of the course is the Jacobian. Applications we shall look at include area (double, surface), mass (line, double, surface, triple), work done (line) and flux (surface). We shall look at vector fields and line integrals of vector fields where path independence is an important concept. Using the concepts of div and curl, we shall close the course off with the powerful vector calculus theorems: Greenâ€™s, Stokesâ€™ and Divergence, which extend the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus into higher dimensional spaces.




 Assumed previous knowledgeRecommended: Calculus 1 for AT&EE and Calculus 2 for AT&EE, or similar courses up to and including and introduction to multivariable functions. 
Bachelor Electrical Engineering 
  Required materialsBookAdams, R.A., Essex, C. (2018).Calculus: a Complete Course (Ninth or Tenth edition). Pearson. ISBN: 9780134154367 

 Recommended materialsInstructional modesAssessmentPresence duty   Yes 
 Lecture
 Self study with assistance
 Tutorial

 TestsWritten test


 