Introduction to Calculus: The Greeks, Newton, and Leibniz

You’ve been dreading this for a long time, but there’s no getting around it! Once we wrap up algebra and trigonometry, it’s time to start learning calculus. Don’t worry, it’s not as bad as you’ve heard! We just have to learn a couple of new operations and algorithms, but we’ve done that so many times before! Before we dive into all that, let’s learn a little bit about what calculus is and why it came about.

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