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- anonymous

Is here any one WHO EXACTLY KNOW whats CALCULAS IS ??

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- cherylim23

Essentially, it is a very small change in y with respect to a very small change in x. You could use these small changes to calculate gradient or area.

- anonymous

yeahh,,, it is a very easy concept

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- anonymous

plzz explain

- anonymous

These two answers are wrong.
Calculus is a mathematical field.

- anonymous

so!! i know that

- lgbasallote

\[\text{slope} = \text{derivative} = \frac{\Delta y}{\Delta x} = \frac{y_2 - y_1}{x_2 - x_1}\]

- lgbasallote

calculus - mathematics of change

- anonymous

@lgbasallote, that's a concept *in* Calculus.

- lgbasallote

yeah..i defined calculus after it lol

- lgbasallote

*reportedly* discovered by newton and liebniz

- anonymous

you mean, "developed"

- anonymous

Platonism is wrong.

- anonymous

okay Lgba and limit would to like to elaborate plzzzz

- cherylim23

You could even extend this to R^3 or even R^n, and hence, we'll get multivariable calculus, where you differentiate or integrate with respect to one variable, such as x, while other variables like y and z are present.
Yeah, lgbasallote defined the differentiation part of it...
In fact, although Leibnez and Newton discovered/developed calculus, each had their own different notation. Hence you have the notation f'(x), which basically means the same thing as dy/dx

- UnkleRhaukus

Calculus is a method of Counting {infinitesimal pieces }

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@Master.RohanChakraborty knows exactly what i am talking about ;D

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