Mathematics – Multivariable Calculus – Lecture 8 | The Knowledge Dynasty

Mathematics – Multivariable Calculus – Lecture 8

Multivariable Calculus Instructor: Edward Frenkel Course website: http://math.berkeley.edu/~frenkel.
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9 Responses to Mathematics – Multivariable Calculus – Lecture 8

  • Tito el Mendiguito says:

    great lecture! But wow Berkeley calc students don’t have to do
    multivariable epsilon-delta proofs!? My community college calc 3 class does

  • imaginalrealm says:

    very cool live proof at 13:43.

  • sleepingeye says:

    yes, very good teaching here! watched lecture 6 to 7 and learned some
    things i didn’t know yet, also learned some different ways of looking at
    functions, very good explained

  • buggfire says:

    common sense!

  • 1331nj says:

    Good teaching. I hope I’ve found this earlier though. Exam in less than 2
    weeks and I have to watch 15vids and start doing some exercise. I can’t
    even understand my prof during his lecture ㅡㅡ”

  • Alex Alfredo says:

    great class now in my favorites

  • lisinka3 says:

    Great teacher indeed. You may also want to check out the MIT multivariable
    calculus course. I’m watching both to understand everything as well as
    possible.

  • crisronthegreat says:

    I agree,I’m 15 and I understand quite well up to this point.Just goes to
    show how well taught it is.Hope the smooth ride continues.

  • J0EH3AD says:

    This is not very good teacher. I watched lectures from MIT by Mr. Jerison.
    This young guy is nothing compared to Jerison. Frenekel- talks a lot, lots
    of empty non important words, he is confused often, not so well organised.
    Less words more teaching. I kinda get feeling that he quite doesn´t
    understand his stuff! I switch to MIT again.

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