Newton and Leibniz are generally credited with the invention of calculus, aren't they?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Last night I saw on TV that Archimedes actually knew some basic concept of calculus but his description of it was "lost" to the world until a recent "re-discovery."

What do you think the history of mankind would have been like if Archimedes's knowledge was followed up by others without interruption?

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# Archimedes and Calculus?

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