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Infinitesimal Calculus

"Infinitesimal Calculus" Article - Table of Contents

HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION
Part 1. Introduction. Archimedes.
Part 2. Kepler. Cavalieri. Pascal. Wallis.
Part 3. Descartes.

Part 4. Fermat. Barrow. Roberval.

Part 5. Newton and Leibnitz.
Part 6. Objections to Infinitesimal Calculus: Catelan, Nieuwentijt, Rolle.
Part 7. How to Expound the Principles of Calculus. Lagrange.
Part 8. List of Works on
Infinitesimal Calculus.

PART I. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
Part 9. [Introduction.]
Part 10. Successive Differentiation.
Part 11. Taylor's Theorem and Development of Functions.
Part 12. Maxima and Minima.
Part 13. Symbolic Methods.
Part 14. Change of Independent Variable.

PART II. INTEGRAL CALCULUS
Part 15. [Introduction.]

Part 16. Definite Integrals.
Part 17. Differentiation under the Sign of Integration.
Part 18. Integration under the Sign of Integration.
Part 19. Area of Plane Curves.
Part 20. Rectification of Curves.
Part 21. Cubature of Curves.
Part 22. Quadrature of Surfaces.
Part 23. Elliptic Integrals.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Part 24. Bibliography of Recent Works on
Infinitesimal Calculus.



The above article was written by: Benjamin Williamson, F.R.S., Professor of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin.



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