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Calculus is a kidney stone?
... but only *very small* stones.
Calculus seems to be the study of "everything we couldn't figure out until Newton and Leibnitz."
Yes, Calculus teachers sometimes use wizardry and wicca to proof theorems.
I was wondering if there was any sort of book like this. Sure would be an interesting read. I always like when my mathbook lessons briefly talk about famous mathematicians, what they discovered, proved, etc. I'd like to know how it all started.
Go here. The book is quite interesting. I'd love to read it. I saw the table of contents and I am impressed. $26.37  worth it! I am not sure whether any free downloadable version is available on the net. My guess  there isn't!
hi my good friends! 