Some Ideas on the Evolution of Real Mathematical Analysis
Keywords:Archimedes, Newton, Euler, Fourier, Riemann, Cantor
From Antiquity to the 19th century, we give some brief comments and historical examples that motivate and illustrate some results in the evolution of mathematical analysis.
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