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Please merge, or close as duplicates, these overabundant requests for Multivariable Calculus textbooks? Don't hesitate to add other duplicates to this post. TARGET and OLDEST POST — Reference for multivariable calculus Multivariable Calculus books similar to "Advanced Calculus of Several Variables" by C.H. Edwards Second Text for Multivariable ...


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It is important to understand that "closing as a duplicate" can be done in different ways. For example, a thing that can be done in such a case is to explain how the duplicate applies. Note the comment by the user that closed it: "See the linked dupe for how to find all roots of $\,n^2\equiv n\pmod{1000}\ \ $" This comment translates the ...


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Since this policy was announced, we have witnessed a shift in attitude from the moderators. No longer are users trusted to make their own decisions on what can be posted and what cannot, given their experience on this site. And no longer does SE respect and value its members, but rather uses intimidation and retalitatory measures such as timed suspensions ...


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I don't know about a canonical one, but here's one I wrote a few years ago, perhaps more suitable for an analysis student than a beginning calculus student. But the language is extremely plain and, I think, clear: Understanding the definition of the Riemann Integral It does at least have the pictures showing a lower sum and an upper sum and why they will (...


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Since nobody has pointed out an existing one, I hereby declare the question What's an intuitive explanation for integration? to be the canonical such question, and ideal target for duplicate flagging, henceforth.


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