## An Introduction to the Calculus Based on Graphical Methods |

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An Introduction to the Calculus Based on Graphical Methods George Alexander Gibson Visualização completa - 1906 |

An introduction to the calculus based on graphical methods George Alexander Gibson Visualização de trechos - 1929 |

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Página v - In the following pages an attempt has been made to present the psychology of number from this point of view.

Página 60 - From this point on, since 2.X" has the same meaning as ) Xi, 2X will be used to represent the summation of all the cases. 4-3 First Rule of Summation Rule 1. The summation of the sum of two or more terms is equal to the summation of the separate sums of the terms.

Página 178 - The curvature may be expressed in terms of the first and second derivatives of the ordinate at the point.