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Here is the stereotypical undergraduate engineering math curriculum in the US. Of course every person/school is different, but this is a useful reference point for initial awareness. (The last sentence is actually covered by the single word "stereotypical" but some of the caveat Na...police need to be told twice.) SEM 1: limits, differential calculus, ...


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I recommend learning multivariable calculus. I think the book Div, Grad, Curl and All That is a pretty good short book on this topic. I also think that the book Introduction to Electrodynamics by Griffiths has a good intuitive explanation of vector calculus. If you want a more rigorous exposition, Folland's book Advanced Calculus is good.


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