Definitions for "Calculus"
Any solid concretion, formed in any part of the body, but most frequent in the organs that act as reservoirs, and in the passages connected with them; as, biliary calculi; urinary calculi, etc.
Dental tartar, the mineralized concretions of salivary calcium and phosphorus salts and tooth-surface plaque; also, a urinary stone.
a stone, or insoluble mass of crystallized salts or other material, formed within the body, as in the gallbladder, the kidney, or the urinary bladder
A method of computation; any process of reasoning by the use of symbols; any branch of mathematics that may involve calculation.
the branch of mathematics that is concerned with limits and with the differentiation and integration of functions
The mathematics of change and motion. The main concepts of calculus are limits, derivatives, and areas under curves.
A method of calculation. One of several highly systematic methods of treating nproblems by a special system of algebraic notations.
a notation that can be used mechanically for some calculating purposes, because the rules can be use mechanically and can be define explicitly they can be executed by computers
(noun) A method of computation or calculation in a special notation (like logic or symbolic logic). (You'll see this at the end of high school or in college.)
capacity of a cut Cartesian coordinates central limit theorem centre of gravity chain rule chi-squared test chord circular measure coefficient constant collinear commutative complete graph complete matching completing the square complex number confidence interval conic conjugate connected continuous data contingency tables coordinate correlation cosecant cosine cosine rule cotangent counter example critical region cross product cubic cut cycle
A means of computing or calculating something. usually used in ethics in reference to a moral calculus, a means of calculating the right moral decision in a particular situation. The Hedonic Calculus is a Utilitarian example of this.
A calculus is simply a means of computing something, and a moral calculus is just a means of calculating what the right moral decision is in a particular case.
a cappella to treat sustaining a natural situation where a car moves by using changing speed
The relationships within and between types or environments ordered according to a hexagonal model in which the distances between types or environments are inversely proportional to the theoretical relationships between them.
a completely adequately formalized theory if derivability of a formula in it is equivalent to its identical truth in the basic interpretation
a logical system which is used to prove valid formulas (i
a language with a set of transformation rules, which are defined on the set of the words of the language