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Topic: Summary of Calculus, why the Cell theory replaces the phony limit
concept #23 Uni-text 8th ed.: TRUE CALCULUS; without the phony limit concept

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the cover picture of this trio textbook-- a cell #23.1 Uni-text 8th
ed.: TRUE CALCULUS; without the phony limit concept

Posted: Oct 22, 2013 11:49 PM
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Now I think the below cell can be so doctored up as to become the cover picture of this trio textbook. For it is the Cell theory that tackles and handles all of the Calculus. As if we needed just one cell to conquer most of the Calculus. To explain the derivative and integral and much of advanced calculus, all provided by the Cell. So if we can make some sort of doctored picture without the "break in drawing" would be a perfect cover for this trio textbook.

10 |     |
9.9|     |
9.8|     |

break in drawing as I leave the reader to fill in the other points from 1.3 to 9.7

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1.1|     |
1.0|     |
.9  |     |
.8  |     |
.7  |     |
.6  |     |
.5  |     |
.4  |     |
.3  |     |
.2  |     |
.1  |     |
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