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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
First nonlinear system of differential and integral calculus.
Rockport, Mass. : Mathco, 1979
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|Description:||x, 85 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||The classical calculus --
The exponential calculus --
Exponential arithmetic --
Graphical interpretations --
Heuristic principles of application --
Exponential geometry: a non-cartesian system --
Exponential vectors and centroids --
The exponential method of least squares --
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The book contains a detailed account of the first non-Newtonian calculus. In this multiplicative system, the well-known geometric average is the 'natural' average, and the exponential functions play the role that the linear functions play in the classical calculus of Newton and Leibniz....
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