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Visual Calculus

"[Mamikon] was stunned to learn that many classical problems in calculus can be easily solved by an innovative visual approach that makes no use of formulas." - http://www.its.caltech.edu/~mamikon/VisualCalc.html
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Michael Doyle

on 5 June 2015

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Transcript of Visual Calculus

Visual Calculus
South Land Park Montessori School
Sacromento, California Mamikon's Theorem: The area of a tangent sweep to a space curve is equal to the area of its tangent cluster. Simple Shapes Circles and Ovals Complex Shapes Curves Sine & Cosine Volumes
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