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Old May 20, 2007, 08:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Zunaid
Actually the former - while part of Vector Calculaus - Green;'s Theorem is often taught under the purview of Integral/Differential solutions for applied engineering problems (I am an EEE undergrad). Hence you have Stoke's Theorem, Green's function, Cauchy-Riemann equations all in one big tome. We also did Vector Calculus where we revisited the same notions in a different way from first principles.

And yes, Layperson is also right. It has been over a layperson year since I last looked at them.
So you studied those when you were doing your EEE undergrad. Does that mean a "layperson year" stands for a long long time ago ?
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