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The height of the rectangle is ever closer to r. The rectangle is approaching a rectangle of height r and width ʌr; hence, it has area rʌr or ʌr2 , the familiar formula for the area of a circle. The derivative gives a dynamic view of the relationship between the area of a circle and its radius. We ¿nd that the derivative of the area (the change in area divided by change in radius) must equal the circumference of the circle. When we add thin bands to a circle to increase its size, then divide by the 44 increment that we made to the radius, that division gives us the length of the circumference.

Newton’s ut the answer is easy, for supporters hinted at foul play in by the ultimate velocity is 1699. Modern historians believe that meant that with which the body Newton and Leibniz independently is moved neither before it arrives developed their ideas. In any case, the at its last place, when the motion controversy led to a downhill trend in ceases, nor after, but at the very relationships between the supporters instant when it arrives. And, of the two men. The controversy had in like manner, by the ultimate a bad effect on British mathematics ratio of evanescent quantities, for a long time.

Geometrically, that rate of change is the volume of a thin layer over the surface of the sphere divided by the thickness. As the thickness gets tiny, that fraction will simply equal the surface area. Using our knowledge of derivatives, we know algebraically that the derivative of (4/3)ʌr3 is 4ʌr2, which is the formula for the surface area of a sphere. The derivative of the volume of the sphere must give a formula for the surface area of the sphere—and we see it does. In the 21st century, Mamikon Mnatsakanian devised an ingenious method for computing areas by breaking up regions into pieces that are sectors of a circle.

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