# ANALITICIDAD, EQUIPOLENCIA Y TEORÃA DE CURVAS EN LEIBNIZ

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- 1675. // History of Science & Technology;2004, p208
The article presents discoveries and developments in astronomy, biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics in 1675, including the invention of differential and integral calculus by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz.

- EQUIVOCATION IN THE FOUNDATIONS OF LEIBNIZ'S INFINITESIMAL FICTIONS. Tzuchien THO // Society & Politics / Societate ÅŸi PoliticÄƒ;Nov2012, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p70
In this article, I address two different kinds of equivocations in reading Leibniz's fictional infinite and infinitesimal. These equivocations form the background of a reductive reading of infinite and infinitesimal fictions either as ultimately finite or as something whose status can be taken...

- LeibÂ·niz. // American Heritage Student Science Dictionary;2009, p201
The article profiles Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz, a German philosopher and mathematician. He invented the mathematical processes of differentiation and integration, which expanded the field of calculus. Leibniz also established the foundations of probability theory and designed a practical...

- Global and Local. Franklin, James // Mathematical Intelligencer;Dec2014, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p4
The article offers information on the prevalent examples of local and global mathematical distinctions and techniques. It mentions the difference between the global and local behaviors of mathematical functions and differential equations. Moreover, it cites the global/local contrast of Gottfried...

- The early application of the calculus to the inverse square force problem. Nauenberg, M. // Archive for History of Exact Sciences;May2010, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p269
The translation of Newtonâ€™s geometrical Propositions in the Principia into the language of the differential calculus in the form developed by Leibniz and his followers has been the subject of many scholarly articles and books. One of the most vexing problems in this translation concerns...

- Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm (1646 - 1716). // Hutchinson Dictionary of Scientific Biography;2005, p1
German philosopher and mathematician who was one of the founders of the differential calculus and symbolic logic.

- A historical perspective on teaching and learning calculus. Doorman, Michiel; van maanen, Jan // Australian Senior Mathematics Journal;2008, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p4
The article presents a historical perspective on teaching and learning calculus. German polymath Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz invented a symbol system for calculus that codifies and simplifies the essential elements of reasoning around 1680. A review of some highlights in the history of calculus is...

- The History of the Calculus. Harding, Simon; Scott, Paul // Australian Mathematics Teacher;Jun2005, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p2
Discusses the history of calculus. Development of the method of exhaustion by Greek philosopher Archimedes; Information on the laws of motion formulated by Sir Isaac Newton; Discovery of the principles of calculus by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz.

- Honors Calculus: An Historical Approach. Timmons, Todd // Honors in Practice;2008, Vol. 4, p87
The article discusses the author's formulation of the calculus course for honors college students. The author had used the historical approach inorder to create awareness and interest to students. It was used as a motivation to allow students to appreciate the subject more and pursue calculus in...