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" by a constant quantity. For the same reason, if any two quantities whatever differ in an infinitely small degree from each other, their differentials will also differ from one another infinitely little: and reciprocally, if two differential quantities... "
Reflexions on the Metaphysical Principles of the Infinitesimal Analysis - Page 59
by Lazare Carnot - 1832 - 132 pages
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The World of Mathematics, Volume 1

James Roy Newman - Mathematics - 2000 - 768 pages
...quantity—that is, the integrals of two differentials which are equal can only differ from each other by a constant quantity. For the same reason, if any...also differ but infinitely little one from the other. Now, some of the rules for differentiation are as follows. If y = dy = f(x + dx) — f(x), in which...
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