# differential calculus definition

• noun:
• The math of difference of a function with regards to changes in separate variables.
• The study of slopes of curves, accelerations, maxima, and minima in the shape of types and differentials.
• The calculus that addresses instantaneous prices of change.
• a method of investigating mathematical concerns by using the proportion of particular indefinitely little quantities known as differentials. The problems are primarily of this kind: locate how the improvement in some variable quantity alters at each instant the worthiness of a quantity dependent upon it.
• the element of calculus that deals with the difference of a function with regards to alterations in the independent variable (or factors) by means of the ideas of derivative and differential
• The mathematics associated with difference of a function pertaining to changes in separate factors.
• The study of slopes of curves, accelerations, maxima, and minima by means of derivatives and differentials.
• The calculus that handles instantaneous prices of modification.
• a technique of examining mathematical questions utilizing the proportion of specific indefinitely tiny volumes called differentials. The problems are primarily with this type: discover how the change in some variable amount alters at each immediate the worth of a quantity dependent upon it.
• the element of calculus that relates to the variation of a function regarding alterations in the separate adjustable (or variables) in the shape of the concepts of derivative and differential
• See under Calculus.
• See under Calculus.

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