Calculus 4

Discussion in 'Differential Equations' started by nycmathguy, Jul 13, 2021.

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    nycmathguy

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    Can we say that Differential Equations is Calculus 4 in disguise?
     
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    The definition of the derivative involves the operation of taking a limit, and sometimes the limit problem is a derivative in disguise.
     
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    It is not possible to solve differential equations without knowing integration. I think this is why Differential Equations is Calculus lV in disguise.
     
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    The most basic differential equations are the ones which you can just integrate to get the answer.
     
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    I will find out in the future, Lord willing.
     
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