show me some Leibniz theroems


by JEscribir
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JEscribir
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Nov2-05, 03:07 PM
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I was wondering if anyone had any links that could show me some Leibniz theroems or maybe a bio.


Also, I was wondering, since I don't really know to much about Leibniz Calculus, what would be some major distinctions between Newton's and Leibniz's Calculus, if there are any? And what would be the perks between each distinction?
Thanks
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mathman
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Nov2-05, 03:32 PM
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The main difference between Newton and Leibniz, as far as calculus is concerned, is notation. The theories are the same. Try google to get lots of information about Leibniz.
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Nov2-05, 08:04 PM
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okay, thanks

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Nov5-05, 01:51 AM
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show me some Leibniz theroems


Quote Quote by JEscribir
maybe a bio.
Whenver I want to read a biography about anyone my first move is always to check Wikipedia. I searched it this time for "Leibniz" and found an excellent biography: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leibniz. See also the section "External Links" at the bottom of the page for even more stuff to read.
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Nov5-05, 06:03 AM
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Go to:

http://www.scienceworld.com

and click on biography; or just go here

http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/biography/Leibniz.html


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