# Differential And Integral Calculus

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. in this report a system of equational deductions in the calculus that can be the basis of a computer program. We. system be as faithful as possible to the usual (Leibniz) calculus notations and inferences. The language, however I is restricted mainly. e,alculus of one variable. (Concerning theorem . proving in the calculus see (5].) Another limitation of the system prop osed, is. trying to repro duce as faithfully as possible the usual calculus equations.differential and integral calculus ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )

.In this session we review differential and integral calculus, concentrating for the time being on functions of a single . time. We also have a little bit to say about differential equations; as we limit ourselves to material that is directly.differential and integral calculus

Integral Curves: Note that F (x, y) , if it exists, is determined up to an additive constant and the general solution of the given DE in implicit form is F (x, y) = C . The curves F (x, y) = C are called Integral curves of the given DE. Test For Exactness: Suppose that the ﬁrst partial derivatives of M(x, y) and N(x, y) are continuous in a rectangle R , then M(x, y)dx + N(x, y)dy = 0 is an exact equation in R if and only if the compatibility condition ∂M ∂N (x, y) = (x, y) ∂y ∂x holds for all x, y in R .differential and integral calculus, i lecture notes (tel aviv

Set-theoretic notation. ∈ belongs ∈ / does not belong ⊂ subset ∅ empty set ∩ intersection of sets ∪ union of sets #(X) cardinality of the set X X \ Y = {x ∈ X : x ∈ Y } complement to Y in X / Example: (X ⊂ Y ) := ∀x ( (x ∈ X) =⇒ (x ∈ Y ) ) We shall freely operate with these notion during the course. Usually, the sets we deal with are subsets of the set of real numbersSubsets of reals: N natural numbers (positive integers) Z integers Z+ = N {0} non-negative integers Q rational numbers R real numbers [a, b].differential and integral calculus in riesz spaces 1. introduction

. are several generalizations of the Riemann integral, both in the classical and in abstract theory of integration. Very powerful tools are the HenstockKurzweil and the Kurzweil-Stieltjes approach to integration theory. Indeed, the latter ones are de ned as \limits. rise to a particular integral: in particular, the classical Riemann integral, the classical Lebesgue integral and some types of stochastic integrals are included in.
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