John Bernouilli even taught them to employ the differential calculus in explaining the bodily functions.
The nature of white light, the true doctrine of colour, and the differential calculus!
Use of the differential calculus as preparatory to that of the Integral.
Eggs la reine seemed as difficult as trigonometry, or conic sections, or differential calculus—and much more expensive.
Socialism has no more to do with the state of nature than has differential calculus with a Bible class.
Before Newton had published a single word upon fluxions the differential calculus had made rapid advances on the Continent.
The method of the differential calculus was perfected by Euler and Lagrange.
Eggs à la reine seemed as difficult as trigonometry, or conic sections, or differential calculus—and much more expensive.
He sought, in his Theory of Partial Functions, to substitute "partial equations" for the differential calculus.
There is no differential calculus, no Taylor's theorem, no calculus of variations, &c. in mathematics.
differential calculus The mathematics of the variation of a function with respect to changes in independent variables, especially the use of differentiation to calculate rates of change of a function and the maximum and minimum values of a function. Differential calculus has applications such as calculating compound interest, organic growth, and slopes of curves, and studying the acceleration of moving bodies. Compare calculus of variations, integral calculus. |