Hi,
Before it's going to be too late I'd like to ask you if you know about a good vector calculus book, or calculus III book.
Thanks in advance.
I like Calculus: Multivariable by Anton, Bivens, and Davis. I like it because it explains things decently, and they have good examples. Also, they have a "focus on the concepts" section that is very challenging and tests your understanding of the theory.
Probably the best selling Calculus book on the market (and my personal favorite) is Stewart's Calculus book. There's lots of different versions ranging from concepts to early transcendentals. Here's a link
Stewart Calculus