Calculus 3 utilizes previously learned techniques to solve problems in 3-dimentional space. Vectors are studied extensively, as well as surfaces, gradients, velocity, acceleration, and many other wonderful topics.

## Modules

## Chapter 11 - Vectors and the Geometry of Space

### Lessons

## Chapter 12 - Vector-Valued Functions

### Lessons

## Chapter 13 - Functions of Several Variables

### Lessons

- Calculus 3 – Section 13.1 – Introduction to Functions of Several Variables
- Calculus 3 – Section 13.2 – Limits and Continuity
- Calculus 3 – Section 13.4 – Differentials
- Calculus 3 – Section 13.5 – Chain Rules for Functions of Several Variables
- Calculus 3 – Section 13.6 – Directional Derivatives and Gradients
- Calculus 3 – Section 13.8 – Extrema of Function of Two Variables
- Calculus 3 – Section 13.9 – Applications of Extrema of Functions in Two Variables
- Calculus 3 – Section 13.10 – Lagrange Multipliers

## Chapter 14 - Multiple Integration

### Lessons

- Calculus 3 – Section 14.1 – Iterated Integrals and Area in the Plane
- Calculus 3 – Section 14.3 – Change of Variables: Polar Coordinates
- Calculus 3 – Section 14.4 – Center of Mass and Moments of Inertia
- Calculus 3 – Section 14.5 – Surface Area
- Calculus 3 – Section 14.6 – Triple Integrals and Applications
- Calculus 3 – Section 14.8 – Change of Variables: Jacobians

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