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MU-07 Integration
# A4.0047

Run-Time: 30 min

Source: Intellimation

Description: Newton and Leibniz arrive at the conclusion that differentiation and integration are inverse processes.
Chapter - Description
1 - Opening Sequence
2 - Newton's Invention Of Clculus
3 - Newton In Study
4 - Leibniz At A Social Gathering
5 - Newton In Study
6 - Pre-Newtonian Mathematics
7 - Greek Calculation Of Area
8 - Greek Mathematicians
9 - Aria By Method Of Exhaustion
10 - Archimedes' Mathematical Discoveries
11 - Archimedes' Quadrature Of A Parabolic Segment
12 - Archimedes
13 - Kepler On The Road
14 - Kepler's Area And Volume Calculations
15 - Analytic Geometry
16 - Algebra And Geometry
17 - Fermat's Contribution To The Derivative
18 - Newton's Life
19 - Leibniz In Study
20 - Newton In Study
21 - Leibniz In Conversation
22 - Newton's Life
23 - Leibiz In Study
24 - Newton In Study
25 - Leibniz In Study
26 - Area As A Limit Of A Sum
27 - Leibniz In Study
28 - Newton In Study
29 - Area Of A Parabolic Segment Using Calculus
30 - Archimedes And Quadrature
31 - Connection Of Differentiation And Integration
32 - First Theorem Of Calculus
33 - Second Theorem Of Calculus
34 - Mechanics Of Moving Bodies
35 - Newton In Study
36 - Leibniz's And Newton's Texts
37 - Newton In Study
38 - Leibniz
39 - Newton
40 - Leibniz
41 - Newton
42 - Leibniz
43 - Integration Fundamentals
44 - Leibniz At Social Gathering
45 - Newton In Study
46 - Newton's Human Shortcomings


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