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** What is Calculus?**

Calculus is one of the most important branches of mathematics that deals with the study of rates of change. Calculus is also referred to as infinitesimal calculus or “the calculus of infinitesimals”. Infinitesimal numbers are the quantities that have value nearly equal to zero, but not exactly zero. Generally, classical calculus is the study of continuous change of functions.

Calculus focuses on some important topics covered in math such as differentiation, integration, limits, functions, and so on.

** Who invented the Calculus?**

Who invented the Calculus? Newton, Leibniz or an indian. This is need detail answer.

** Types of Calculus?**

Calculus has two major branches, differential calculus and integral calculus. Differential Calculus is concerned with the measure of the rates of change of a function and the slops of curves of a function. Integral Calculus is concerned with the accumulation of quantities, and areas under or between curve of the function.
The roots of calculus lie in some of the oldest geometry problems.

** Before Calculus, Math was Motionless**

Before calculus, math was montionless (or static). It could only help calculate objects like stationary. But the universe is constantly moving and changing. No objects—from the stars (in space) to cells (in the body) are always at rest. Everything in the universe is constantly moving. Calculus is the branch of mathematics enables us to study how things move, grow, expand, shrink or travel.

** Integral Calculus**

Integral Calculus is the branch of calculus in which we study integrals and their properties. Integral calculus deals with total size or value, such as lengths, areas, and volumes While differential calculus focuses on rates of change, such as slopes of tangent lines and velocities, integral calculus deals with total size or value. Both the integral and differential calculus are related to each other by the fundamental theorem of calculus.

** Integration**

Integral Calculus helps us to find the anti-derivatives of a function. These anti-derivatives are also called the integrals of the function. The process of finding the anti-derivative of a function is called integration. Integration is the inverse process of differentiation.

Integration can be classified into two different categories, namely, Definite Integral and Indefinite Integral

** Definite Integral**

An integral is said to be definite integral if it has upper and lower limits. The definite integral generalizes the concept of the area under a curve, it has start and end values: in other words there is an interval [a, b].

The number “a” that is at the bottom of the integral sign is called the lower limit of the integral and the number “b” at the top of the integral sign is called the upper limit of the integral. Also, despite the fact that a and b were given as an interval the lower limit does not necessarily need to be smaller than the upper limit. "a" and "b" said to be the interval of integration. A definite Integral is also called a Riemann Integral when it is bound to lie on the real line.
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** Indefinite Integral**

A simple integral is said to be Indefinite integral if it has no upper and lower limits.

The process of finding the indefinite integral is called integration or integrating and, sometimes called an antiderivative. Integration is the reverse process of differentiation. It is visually represented as an integral symbol ?, a function f(x), and then a dx at the end.

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Because the derivative of a constant is zero, the indefinite integral is not unique.

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Thousand of calculus books are published each year but only few of them are become famous that are loved the world over by students and math experts. MSI researched and ranked the best calculus books in the world based on recommendatoins of world experts and millions of reader ratings. The following list is updated for 2022 and classified as following. who want to Prepare for Exams in a Short Time

- Single Variable Calculus
- Mutlivariable Calculus
- AP Calculus
- Calculus with Analytic Geometry
- Early Transcendentals Calculus
- Calculus Solved
- Advance Calculus

- Differential Equations
- Integral Equations
- Mathematical Analysis
- Precalculus
- Matrix Calculus
- Tensor Calculus
- Vector Calculus
- Fractional Calculus

- Abstract Algebra
- Calculus
- Differential Equations
- Engineering Mathematics
- Linear Algebra
- Math Magic
- Real Analysis