
Stepan Paul, Harvard University
Breaking Multivariable
Abstract: If you want to understand something well, you should know how to break it. Most of our theorems in multivariable calculus (Clairaut's, Fubini's, ...) come with some condition about "nice" functions. In this talk, we look at some "naughty" functions to see when these theorems fail.
Chilis: 1.5 (This talk is geared toward students who have just finished a course in multivariable calculus)
