This chapter introduces the differential and integral calculus, the greatest inventions of all time in mathematics. We explain the ideas of Leibniz, the Bernoullis, and Euler. A rigorous treatment in the spirit of the 19th century will be the subject of Sections II1.5 and III.6.
Taylor Series Linear Differential Equation Homogeneous Equation Parametric Representation Differential Calculus
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