Calculus is the mathematics of change. For example, given an equation for velocity, distance/displacement, or acceleration, the other two values may be found.
any differential equation would be considered a calculus equations.
Ancient Romans counted with pebbles, in the same way that the Chinese use an abacus. The Latin for pebble is CALCULUS. Hence the verb to calculate. Which is, of course, what a calculator does.
The term calculus comes directly from Latin. In Latin a calculus (noun) is a small stone used for counting, much like the beads on an abacus. One of the fundamental uses for modern calculus is integration, which is of course addition of infinitely small sections.
Yes is does. The original word is "kachlika" for the little stones that the ancient Greeks used as a sort of abacus.
In calculus, the domain refers to the interval that all x values fall on in a graph, equation, etc.
well here is the answer ! :)Some people use the abacus to solve some mathematical calculations
for example , 122marisbman
One of the advantages of the abacus is that it is easy to use. Another is that it does not require electricity to work. You can use it no matter where you are.
My Calculus class is in third period. Calculus is a noun
Dimension is = the number of variables used in the equation