calcwlws, chalcwlws, galcwlws, nghalcwlws
Noun(1) a hard lump produced by the concretion of mineral salts; found in hollow organs or ducts of the body(2) an incrustation that forms on the teeth and gums(3) the branch of mathematics that is concerned with limits and with the differentiation and integration of functions
(1) The Dutch clockmaker's discovery was all the more striking because he arrived at his results before the advent of the calculus of Newton and Leibniz.(2) Above all else, the mammoth South Asian fan base needs to start seeing cricket as a pursuit of shared enjoyment, not as a calculus of honour and shame.(3) There are shorter methods for summing an infinite number of terms in calculus and other branches of advanced mathematics.(4) Newton was one of the inventors of the branch of mathematics called calculus .(5) All this depended in turn on mathematical progress, notably calculus developed by Newton and Leibniz, which allowed for actuarial calculations.(6) Simion was soon teaching college-level courses such as multivariate calculus and differential equations to the most advanced math students.(7) The calculus may be extracted through the fistula site and if needed, sialodochotomy could help in delivering the calculus to the oral cavity.(8) In all other patients, including those in whom a urinary calculus is not detected, intravenous contrast medium should be injected.(9) Expectation is an experiential calculus through which the abstracted possibilities of the event are rendered subculturally consistent.(10) By integrating the function using calculus we can compare the sum of the series with the integral of the function and draw conclusions from this.(11) We must make the course accessible to students whose common background includes only the freshman and sophomore courses in calculus and differential equations.(12) There he taught courses on analytic functions and functional calculus .(13) If plaque is not regularly removed the flora evolves, and plaque may calcify, forming calculus (tartar).(14) He made decisive and formative contributions to geometry, calculus and number theory.(15) He worked on the four colour problem and also published books on calculus , differential equations, complex variable and Fourier series.(16) During that year Moore also set about reading calculus because he enjoyed mathematics and wanted to extend his studies.
(1) differential calculus :: calcwlws differol
1. infinitesimal calculus ::
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