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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 7478-7489

A Study In The Field Of Calculus Challenges And Its Solutions

Jay Prakash Tiwari, Dr Manoj Dubey.


The main aim of calculus is to help us keep track of changes in quantity throughout time. In the prior calculation, the instantaneous change rates and curve slopes were necessary, however in the new calculation, areas between and beneath the curves must be considered. There are two ways of doing a calculation: an independent calculation and an integral calculation. The properties of trends of change (which include a change in qualities) are employed in differential measurement. Integral calculus is highly beneficial for integration zones. The subject of mathematics has been enriched via applications of calculus in various academic fields. In addition to the little stones employed in the computation, the term "calculus composed of little stones" also contained the term little pebbles. When the word "calculating" was employed, it was a generic phrase to embrace all sorts of computing. Calculus is important in fixing many basic challenges and makes it possible to have their answers given with speed and efficiency. Over the course of the couple of years, mathematics has contributed to bringing forth new inventive ideas that are now widely recognised around the globe. The key value of this text is that it gives the readers a full understanding of calculus. Useful keywords include "Calculus in Education," "uses of calculus," and "research and development in calculus."

Key words: Calculus, Quantity, Mathematics, Applications, Measurement etc.

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