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Topic: 4 problems of calculus
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F. Alexander Norman

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Registered: 12/3/04
Re: 4 problems of calculus
Posted: Dec 2, 2003 10:34 AM
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On Tue, 2 Dec 2003, mark wrote:

> do you have any info about the 4 problems of calculus? namely, 1.) to
> find the area of any shape; 2.)the line tangent to a given curve at
> any point on that curve; 3.) the distance traveled by a falling object
> as well as it's speed; & 4.) the path(trajectory) of a canonball & how
> to control that path.. pls.. pls. rply.. i really need it.. pls.
> help.. thanx!:)
>
> mark...
>


Here're some directions that should solve your dilemma:

1) Go to your school or local library (they do still have libraries
around, don't they?).

2) Ask the librarian to help you find the mathematics titles.

3) Find one that has the word "Calculus" in the title in big bold letters.

4) Read it.


Cheers!

Sandy





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