MIT has a video lecture series on multivariable calculus: 18.02, which is in fact a prerequisite for 18.03. I looked further into the topics of MST209 and I now think that 18.02 is a much better preparation for MST209 than 18.03.
It's more or less like this:
MST209 = 18.02 + ( part of ) 18.03
MST209 + MST326 = 18.02 + 18.03
18.02 has lectures on
Lecture 15: Partial Differential Equations
Lecture 16: Double Integrals
Lecture 19: Vector Fields
Lecture 21: Gradient Fields
Lecture 25: Triple Integrals
Lecture 27: Vector Fields in 3D
Lecture 30: Line Integrals
which are topics in MST209.
18.02 Multivariable Calculus
Monday, November 22, 2010
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This is useful information. Thanks.
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