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Subject:   Derivatives as quotients of infinitesimals
Author: ellostron
Date: Aug 10 2003
the classic approach is that dx is an arbitrary increment and dy=f'(x)*dx.
This means that dy is a function of 2 variables:x and dx or dy(x,dx)
=f'(x)*dx.


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