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waheguru
what is calculus
Well, what are you learning right now?
Calculus is tough to explain in a mathematical sense. My first thought was that it is the study of motion and how objects move, but that is mechanical rather than mathematical. It involves derivatives and integrals and is used in a large part of mathematics.
Actually, it's basicaly the study of rate of change. I can definitely explain some concepts, but there are prerequisites.
http://www.khanacademy.org/math/precalculus/v/introduction-to-limits--hd
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calculus
You'll need to have a solid understanding of algebra, and of geometry, to learn the more basic concepts of calculus.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ismnD_QHKkQ
calculus is rate of change
@asnaseer i helped him!!
Calculus is the study of change, with the basic focus being on Rate of change Accumulation
derivative and integral as limiting processes
Calculus is the study of change, with the basic focus being on Rate of change Accumulation pic... In both of these branches (Differential and Integral), the concepts learned in algebra and geometry are extended using the idea of limits. Limits allow us to study what happens when points on a graph get closer and closer together until their distance is infinitesimally small (almost zero). Once the idea of limits is applied to our Calculus problem, the techniques used in algebra and geometry can be implemented.
source: http://www.mathscoop.com/calculus/what-is-calculus.php
@asnaseer i haven't given the ans...
its basically about rate of change and accumulation differential calculus deals with the former and integration th latter
calculus... i thought is was the stuff that builds up around your teeth if you don't brush it long enough.... :(