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Road to Calculus
The road to calculus is steadily being built. Mathematicians are constantly making breakthroughs but they could not do it if the foundation had not been laid down properly. The very first stones of the road were laid down in Greece, as are most of the foundations for math. The first stone was laid down in 450B.C. Calculus has traveled a long road since then, with a lot of stones placed in the foundations by various mathematicians.
Zeno of Elea(450B.C.) was the first person to place a stone on the road to calculus. He gave the world problems concerning the infinite. …
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