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Topic: 1.36 - The bipolar nature of Cauchy's kludgy derivative
definition in terms of limits.

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Dan Christensen

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Re: 1.36 - The bipolar nature of Cauchy's kludgy derivative
definition in terms of limits.

Posted: Jun 17, 2014 4:15 PM
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Say, aren't you the guy with that wacky "New Calculus" system were derivatives are NOT defined at points of inflection? How weird is that?

BTW, I don't see anything wrong with the usual definition of a limit. It's works for me.

Dan
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6/17/14
Read Re: 1.36 - The bipolar nature of Cauchy's kludgy derivative
definition in terms of limits.
Dan Christensen
6/17/14
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definition in terms of limits.
Dan Christensen
6/17/14
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Port563
6/17/14
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definition in terms of limits.
David C. Ullrich
6/17/14
Read Re: 1.36 - The bipolar nature of Cauchy's kludgy [JG NONSENSE]
Port563
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Virgil
6/18/14
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