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Introduction to Differential Calculus, Part 1

By Thomas, Christopher

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Title: Introduction to Differential Calculus, Part 1  
Author: Thomas, Christopher
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Language: English
Subject: Programming, Mathematics, Differential Calculus
Collections: Technical eBooks and Manuals Collection, Technical Books Center Collection
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1997
Publisher: University of Sydney

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Thomas, C. (1997). Introduction to Differential Calculus, Part 1. Retrieved from http://nationalpubliclibrary.com/


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Description: This lecture note explains the following topics: What is the derivative, How do we find derivatives, What is differential calculus used for, differentiation from first principles.

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TOC : Introduction - What is the derivative? - How do we find derivatives (in practice)? - What is differential calculus used for? - The clever idea behind differential calculus (also known as differentiation from first principles) - Solutions to exercises.

 

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