## Viewing Multivariable Calculus topics

The following topics are immediate sub-topics of Multivariable Calculus.

• #### Term: Absolutely Convergent

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• Definition: A series is called absolutely convergent if the series of absolute values is convergent.
• #### Term: Alternating Series

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• Definition: It is a series whose terms are alternately positive and negative.
• #### Term: Alternating Series Test

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• Definition: Also known as the Leibniz criterion. An alternating series converges if a_1>=a_2>=... and lim_(k->infinity) [a_k]=0.
• #### Term: Apoapsis

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• Definition: The greatest radial distance of an ellipse as measured from a focus. Taking v=pi in the equation of an ellipse r=(a(1-e^2))/(1+e*cosv) gives the apoapsis distance r_+=a(1+e). Apoapsis for an orbit ...
• #### Term: Arc Length

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• Definition: Arc length is defined as the length along a curve.
• #### Term: Bessel Function

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• Definition: A function Z_n(x) defined by the recurrence relations Z_(n+1)+Z_(n-1)=(2n)/xZ_n and Z_(n+1)-Z_(n-1)=-2(dZ_n)/(dx).
• #### Term: Binormal Vector

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• Definition: Let N(t)=T'(t)/|T'(t))| be the principal unit normal vector (or simply unit normal). The vector B(t) = T(t) x N(t) is called the binormal vector. It is perpendicular to both T and N and is also a...
• #### Term: Bounded Above

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• Definition: A sequence {a_n} is bounded above if there is a number M such that a_n <= M for all n >= 1.
• #### Term: Bounded Below

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