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Blaise Pascal Fathers Death
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Heat Theorem Physical Chemistry Nernst
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276 wordsGauss was born on 1777 and died on 1855, he was an extraordinary man with extraordinary talents. At the age of 3, he corrected his father on a math error while watching his father work. At the age of 7, he surprised his teacher by summing up the integers from 1 to 100 instantly by spotting that the sum was 50 pairs of numbers each pair summing up to one hundred and one. In college, Gauss independently discovered the binomial theorem, as known as Bodes law. He also discovered the law of quadratic...
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Southern Italy 20 Years
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639 wordsCalculus can be used to solve many problems. Probably the most important is solving reallife problems or situations. An example of this type of problem is a related rates problem. A related rates problem is a problem which involves at least two changing quantities and asks you to figure out the rate at which one is changing given sufficient information on all of the others. There are several key steps in setting up and solving related rates problems. Some important and helpful things to do are ...
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