Integral Calculus

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Thanks to the work of Barrow, Newton and Leibniz (the creators of infinitesimal calculus), two paths which had developed separately throughout the history of mathematics, for over more than 20 centuries, were combined in what is now known as integral calculus. One of the paths, the search for formulae to find the area of plane regions, dates back to the ancient Greek mathematicians. The other path emerged to develop the concept of the derivative, by looking for a reciprocal operation.

Área de conocimiento Matemáticas
Tipo de licencia universal Licencia de Creative Commons
Autor Enrique Martínez Arcos
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Educative context schoolmate
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Uso educativo
mixed high medium 17 years medium 4 teaching units inglés observe analyse explain
publisher INTEF 26/05/2010 author Enrique Martínez Arcos 18/11/2003 publisher Institute of Educational Technologies (ITE) 26/05/2010 editor Institute of Educational Technologies (ITE) 10/05/2010 technical validator Pedro A. Pazos García 11/05/2010