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Published
**1984**
by North-Holland, Sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, N.Y., U.S.A
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Written in English

- Curves, Algebraic -- History -- Sources.,
- Differential calculus -- History -- Sources.,
- Differential equations, Partial -- History -- Sources.

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: p. 227-238.

Statement | Steven B. Engelsman. |

Series | North-Holland mathematics studies ;, 93 |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA565 .E54 1984 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | ix, 238 p. : |

Number of Pages | 238 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2842179M |

ISBN 10 | 0444868976 |

LC Control Number | 84004091 |

Algebraic curves in the plane. Algebraic curves in the plane may be defined as the set of points (x, y) satisfying an equation of the form f(x, y)=0, where f is a polynomial function f:R 2 → f is expanded as = + + + + + + If the origin (0, 0) is on the curve then a 0 =0. If b 1 ≠0 then the implicit function theorem guarantees there is a smooth function h so that the curve has the. Suppose that a family of plane curves is described by the implicit one-parameter equation: \[F\left({x,y,C} \right) = 0.\] We assume that the function \(F\) has continuous partial derivatives in \(x\) and \(y.\) To write the corresponding differential equation of first order, it’s necessary to perform the following steps.

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Families of Curves and the Origins of Partial Differentiation: Engelsman, Steven B.: : by: This book provides a detailed description of the main episodes in the emergence of partial differentiation during the period It argues that the development of this concept - to a considerable degree of perfection - took place almost exclusively Families of curves and the origins of partial differentiation book problems concerning families of curves.

Thus, the book shows the origins of the ideas and techniques which paved the way for the sudden introduction of partial differential equations Pages: Search in this book series. Families of Curves and the Origins of Partial Differentiation.

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Families of curves and the origins of partial differentiation. [Steven B Engelsman] -- This book provides a detailed description of the main episodes in the emergence of partial differentiation during the period It argues that the development of this concept - to a Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

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Description: This book provides a detailed description of the main episodes in the emergence of partial differentiation during the period It argues that the development of this concept - to a considerable degree of perfection - took place almost exclusively in problems concerning families of curves.

This Book Is Designed To Be Used For Class-Room Teaching For A Course In Differential Calculus At The Undergraduate Level And Also As A Reference Book For Others Who Need The Use Of Differential Calculus.

The Book Is Designed In Accordance With The Syllabus In Differential Calculus Prescribed In Most Of The Indian Following Are Some Of The Special Features Of This Textbook. Together the discussions complement the excellent, recently published account of "families of curves" and the origins of partial differentiation in the works of Leibniz, the various Bernoullis, and Euler [Engelsman ].

Common concerns motivate the works of all of these mathematicians. Multivariable Functions, Level Curves and Partial Derivatives Domain and Range for Multivariable Functions The function zfxy= (,) is a function of two variables with dependent variable ‘z’ and independent variables ‘x’ and ‘y.’ The domain of zfxy= (,) is the two‐dimensional set of all points in the xy plane which are valid inputs into the function.

This is a fascinating history of partial differentiation. Interestingly, partial differentiation was invented to solve a problem that had been solved already, because the existing solution was considered unsatisfactory in a sort of half mathematical and half epistemological sense.5/5. It is told in Chapter 3 of Families of Curves and the Origins of Partial Differentiation by Engelsman.

The rule appears in a Leibniz's letter to Bernoulli, as a side result in their long correspondence on the problem of orthogonal trajectories. The aim of this is to introduce and motivate partial di erential equations (PDE).

The section also places the scope of studies in APM within the vast universe of mathematics. What is a PDE. A partial di erential equation (PDE) is an equation involving partial deriva-tives.

This is not so informative so let’s break it down a bit. 3 We choose the two families of curves given by the two families of solutions of the ordinary differential equation a † y ¢ 2 – 2b y ¢ + c = 0. This nonlinear ordinary differential equation is called the characteristic equation of the partial differential equation and provided that a ≠ 0, b 2– ac > 0 it can be written as y.

The goal here was to solve the equation, which meant to find the value (or values) of the variable that makes the equation example, x = 2 is the solution to the first equation because only when 2 is substituted for the variable x does the equation become an identity (both sides of the equation are identical when and only when x = 2).

In general, each type of algebraic equation had its. Differential Calculus, An Outgrowth Of The Problems Concerned With Slope Of Curved Lines And The Areas Enclosed By Them Has Developed So Much That Texts Are Required Which May Lead The Students Directly To The Heart Of The Subject And Prepare Them For Challenges Of The Field.

The Present Book Is An Attempt In This Regard. An Excellent Book On Differential Calculus This Book Reviews: 2. Chapter 14 Partial Diﬀerentiation k; in general this is called a level set; for three variables, a level set is typically a surface, called a level surface.

EXAMPLE Suppose the temperature at (x,y,z) is T(x,y,z) = e−(x2+y2+z2). This function has a maximum value of 1 at the origin. First-Order Partial Differential Equations The equation for the characteristic curves is dt:.

dx, 1 1 the solutions of which are a: x + t, () where a is a constant which differs from one characteristic curve to another. In other words, each curve is designated by a value of a.

Thus the characteristic curves are a family of curves of one. Partial derivative, In differential calculus, the derivative of a function of several variables with respect to change in just one of its variables.

Partial derivatives are useful in analyzing surfaces for maximum and minimum points and give rise to partial differential equations. As with ordinary. SUCCESSIVE DIFFERENTIATION AND LEIBNITZ’S THEOREM Introduction Successive Differentiation is the process of differentiating a given function successively times and the results of such differentiation are called successive derivatives.

The higher order differential coefficients are of utmost importance in scientific and.Differentiation. Differentiation is the action of computing a derivative. The derivative of a function y = f(x) of a variable x is a measure of the rate at which the value y of the function changes with respect to the change of the variable is called the derivative of f with respect to x and y are real numbers, and if the graph of f is plotted against x, the derivative is the slope.S B Engelsman is the author of Families of Curves and the Origins of Partial Differentiation ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) Home My Books.