## A Treatise on the Differential Calculus |

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algebraical angle application arbitrary functions asymptote axis becomes branches called change sign considered constant coordinates corresponding curvature curve d'u dx² d²z d³u d³y denoting derived determine df dx dr dr dx dx dx dy dx dy dx dx dz dx² dx³ dxdy dy dx dy dy dy dz dy² dy³ dz dx dz dy dz dz eliminate equal equation evident expression finite formula given gives Hence increases indefinitely independent variables infinite involving limit maximum maximum or minimum method minimum value multiple point necessary negative obtain origin particular pass positive proposed putting quantity regard remains represent respectively result shews Suppose tangent theorem theory values of x vanish whence Y₁ zero

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