further differentiation methods

IB Mathematics HL & SL: further differentiation methods

It seems appropriate to place Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz prominently at the top of this page. Along with major contributions in areas such as philosophy, physics and technology (he invented several mechanical calculators), Leibniz developed much of the foundations of infinitesimal calculus slightly after but independent of Isaac Newton. It was an astonishing achievement for both of them, but Leibniz developed a much...


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