## Viewing Multivariable Calculus topics

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• #### Term: Cardioid

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• Definition: The curve given by the polar equation r=a(1-costheta).
• #### Term: Centroid

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• Definition: If the density of a solid is constant, the center of mass of the solid is called the centroid.
• #### Term: Clairaut's Theorem

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• Definition: Suppose f is defined on a disk D that contains the point (a,b). If the functions f_xy and f_yx are both continuous on D, then f_xy (a,b) = f_yx (a,b).
• #### Term: Closed Surve

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• Definition: A curve is called closed if its terminal point coincides with its initial point.
• #### Term: Conchoid Of Nicomedes

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• Definition: A curve with polar coordinates, r=b+a*sec(x) studied by the Greek mathematician Nicomedes in about 200 BC, also known as the cochloid. It is the locus of points a fixed distance away from a line as...
• #### Term: Conditionally Convergent

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• Definition: The series is called conditionally convergent if it is convergent but not absolutely convergent.
• #### Term: Conservative Vector Field

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• Definition: A vector field F is called a conservative vector field if it is the gradient of some scalar function, that is, if there exists a function f sch that F = grad f.
• #### Term: Continuous Random Variable

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• Definition: A continuous probability distribution is a probability distribution that has a probability density function. Mathematicians also call such a distribution absolutely continuous, since its cumulative...
• #### Term: Convergent

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