By Ann Hirst
Properties of vectors are in the beginning brought prior to relocating directly to vector algebra and transformation geometry. Vector calculus as a method of learning curves and surfaces in three dimensions and the idea that of isometry are brought later, delivering a stepping stone to extra complex theories.
* Adopts a geometrical approach
* Develops steadily, development from fundamentals to the concept that of isometry and vector calculus
* Assumes almost no previous knowledge
* a number of labored examples, workouts and problem questions