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not much

LIAR. we do it in maths so ner ner ner ner ner.

Up until calculus, you can essentially deal with functions of a constant slope (a straight line). I.e.: y = 1/3x + 9. We know the slope on that function is 1/3. However what is the slope of y = e5x+sin(9x)? It's y' = 5e5x+9cos(x)

You should also know trigonometry and can use some trig functions to deviate from constant slopes, but you really don't know how to find the slopes. What is the slope of y = cos(9x)? It's y' = -9sin(9x)

Calculus teaches you two fundamental operations (and a whole lot of application with these two operations):

1) How to find the slope of a curve (the derivative)

This let's you find the maximum and minimum's of a function, optimize problems (i.e., figure out how to use the least amount of materials given some parameters), and has and endless amounts of utility.

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2) How to find the area under a curve. (the integral)

This let's you find the totals for a number of problems (example, find the total accumulated amount of money, given a function that relates time and money), let's you calculate the real areas, volumes, etc. of realistic surfaces (not everything is shaped like a box or triangle), and also has endless amounts of utility.

If you want to go into any science, engineering, research field, or just any technical field, you are going to want to have calculus. It is a fundamental subject, that teaches you operations (must like addition and subtraction), finding thedeterminateand integrals are too operations.

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It is certainly used in calculus, just as calculus can be used in trigonometry.

Mainly Leibniz's and Newton's version is used in Calculus Textbooks.

The difference between Leibniz calculus to Newton calculus was that Leibniz developed Newton's calculus into the calculus we all know today. For instance, diffentiation and intergration, limits, continuity, etc. This type of calculus was the pure mathematics. On the otherhand, the calculus which Newton found was that used in physics, such as speed and velocity which helped with physics greatly. Today, calculus not only used in just mathematics or physics, but used in finance, as well as exploited in engineering.

In the 'real world', the purpose of a course of study in pre-calculus is to prepare the student for a course of study in Calculus.

High SchoolCalculus AB - Calculus 1Calculus BC - Calculus 1 + part of Calculus 2College:Calculus 1: Single variable calculusCalculus 2: Multi-variable CalculusCalculus 3: Vector CalculusCalculus 4: Differential Equation

For Literally Everything.

yes it is

Calculus is used a lot in business decisions. I am a Business Administration major. An examples is the break-even point in calculus. You need to know how to do this in business so you know how much of a product that you need to sell in order to cover your cost. Hope this helps some. +++ That is just one field, but Calculus is used in a huge range of scientific and engineering problems.

I don't think such a term is used in calculus. Check the spelling. Perhaps you mean point of inflection?

It is widely used in Engineering and Physics.

newton

Calculus doesn't have buttons.

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Multivariate calculus is an advanced form of calculus that uses multiple variables. There are several applications, of which one example might be its usage in computer science. In computer science, for example, multivariate calculus is used to determine the scaling of graphics.

Yes; in a larger view of calculus (small stones used for counting) it deals with the abstract aspects of various mathematics, usually functions and limits, Calculus is the study of change.

The Latin word calculus means "pebble". It is still used this way in medicine, where "calculus" can be used to refer to a kidney stone or gallstone, and by extension to the mineral buildup on teeth also called "tartar".The mathematical term "calculus" derives from the ancient use of pebbles as counters on counting tables (abacuses).

It is used in almost every field of science and much more! Here is a link to something fun that uses calculus. http://www.geom.uiuc.edu/apps/rainbow/

Pre-calculus refers to concepts that need to be learned before, or as a prerequisite to studying calculus, so no. First one studies pre-calculus then elementary calculus.

The specific mathematical techniques taught in pre-calculus are not routinely used by veterinarians in practice. However, the thought process and theoretical concepts taught by pre-calculus are used routinely. In addition, veterinarians in research or those specializing in cardiopulmonary treatment use pre-calculus and calculus techniques on a regular basis.

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.

Calculus; by a long shot.

Issac Newton

Calculus was invented or rather can be detailed as back as 1820 B.C. when the Egyptians used it in order to calculate the volume of the pyramidal frustum

One uses calculus including differential equations and vector calculus in the undergrad courses which is as far as got.

Newton is the named founder of Calculus. Yet there is controversy because it is claimed that Leibniz stole Newton's Calculus notes and took all credit for Calculus. But to this day Leibniz's integral and derivative notation is more commonly used that Newton's which was found confusing.