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# Multivariable Calculus, with Michael Hutchings

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In this course, UC Berkeley Professor Michael Hutchings gives 40 video lectures on Multivariable Calculus.

UC Berkeley Professor Michael Hutchings in **Lecture 23: Triple Integrals in Spherical Coordinates**.

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Habtamu wrote 7 years ago.It is a nice lecture

Zahid wrote 8 years ago.Beautiful í learn much from it

lilsergi wrote 9 years ago.So, in conclusion every time we take a vector field line

integral along a simply closed curve and we get a non-zero

value, then that implies that there is a hole inside the

region?

lilsergi wrote 9 years ago.So, in conclusion every time we take a vector field line

integral along a simply closed curve and we get a non-zero

value, then that implies that there is a hole inside the

region?

sergio wrote 9 years ago.So, in conclusion every time we take a vector field line

integral along a simply closed curve and we get a non-zero

value, then that implies that there is a hole inside the

region?

sergio wrote 9 years ago.So, in conclusion every time we take a vector field line

integral along a simply closed curve and we get a non-zero

value, then that implies that there is a hole inside the

region?

sergio wrote 9 years ago.So, in conclusion every time we take a vector field line

integral along a simply closed curve and we get a non-zero

value, then that implies that there is a hole inside the

region?

sergio wrote 9 years ago.So, in conclusion every time we take a vector field line

integral along a simply closed curve and we get a non-zero

value, then that implies that there is a hole inside the

region?

sergio wrote 9 years ago.So, in conclusion every time we take a vector field line

integral along a simply closed curve and we get a non-zero

value, then that implies that there is a hole inside the

region?