Stokes Theorem:.

Isn't this the more natural way of writing it? It's also easier to remember. From this one statement, we can get Green's Theorem, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, etc..

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- Dec 1st 2007, 12:55 PMshilz222Why isn't Stokes Theorem taught as follows?
**Stokes Theorem:**.

Isn't this the more natural way of writing it? It's also easier to remember. From this one statement, we can get Green's Theorem, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, etc.. - Dec 1st 2007, 02:10 PMThePerfectHacker
Because then you need to learn what

__differencial forms__are. And that is graduate level math. - Dec 1st 2007, 02:21 PMshilz222
That's not graduate level math. See Advanced Calculus: A differential forms approach by edwards. Or Spivak's calculus of manifolds.

- Dec 1st 2007, 02:24 PMThePerfectHacker