# calculi Englisch - T√ºrkisch
(Tƒ±p) yumru
calculus
kalkulus
calculus
(Di≈ü Hekimliƒüi) di≈üta≈üƒ±
calculus
(Bilgisayar) analiz
calculus
(Tƒ±p) kalk√ºl

ƒ∞ntegral ve t√ºrev, kalk√ºl√ºs'te iki ana i≈ülemdir. - The two main operations in calculus are the integral and the derivative.

calculus
(Matematik) kalk√ºl√ºs

ƒ∞ntegral ve t√ºrev, kalk√ºl√ºs'te iki ana i≈ülemdir. - The two main operations in calculus are the integral and the derivative.

calculus
(Matematik) i≈ülence
calculus
(Matematik) diferensiyel ve integral hesap
calculus
deƒüi≈ükenler hesabƒ±
calculus
y√ºksek matematik
kidney calculi
(Tƒ±p) b√∂brek ta≈üƒ±
calculus
hesap
calculus
{i} safrakesesi vb
calculus
{i} ta≈ü b√∂brek
calculus
(Tƒ±p) Herhangi bir organda olu≈üan ta≈ü, kalk√ºl
calculus
ta≈ü/hesap
calculus
(Di≈ü Hekimliƒüi) genellikle √ºriner sistemde, safra kesesinde, t√ºkr√ºk bezlerinde, di≈ü aralarƒ±nda kalsiyum tuzlarƒ±nƒ±n √ß√∂kelmesi ile olu≈üan anormal ta≈üla≈üma; di≈ü ta≈üƒ±
calculus
hesap differential calculus diferansiyel hesap
calculus
(isim) ta≈ü (b√∂brek, safrakesesi vb); hesap
common bile duct calculi
(Tƒ±p) ana kanal safra ta≈üƒ±
Englisch - Englisch
plural of calculus
calculus
Deposits of calcium phosphate salts on teeth
calculus
A stony concretion that forms in a bodily organ

renal calculus ( = kidney stone).

calculus
A decision-making method, especially one appropriate for a specialised realm
calculus
Differential calculus and integral calculus considered as a single subject; analysis
calculus
calculation, computation
calculus
a concretion formed in various parts of the body resembling a pebble in hardness
calculus
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 )
calculus
This is a major theme of my research
calculus
A branch of mathematics [3: lessons, study guides ] A formal set of (mathematical) rules of a language applied to changing quantities to determine the result (value) of its (arithmetical) functions Two main branches are differential calculus, and integral calculus Differential calculus determines the rate of change of a quantity, while integral calculus finds the quantity where the rate of change is known "Functions" are defined by a formula
calculus
a hard lump produced by the concretion of mineral salts; found in hollow organs or ducts of the body; "renal calculi can be very painful"
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
calculus
also known as tartar, calculus is hardened plaque that forms when you do not brush your teeth
calculus
The branch of mathematics involving derivatives and integrals The study of motion in which changing values are studied
calculus
hardened plaque
calculus
Differential calculus and integral calculus considered as a single subject
calculus
concretion occurring within organism, made up in whole or in part of mineral salts
calculus
Any formal system in which symbolic expressions are manipulated according to fixed rules
calculus
The hard deposit of mineralized plaque that forms on the crown and/or root of the tooth Also referred to as tartar
calculus
an incrustation that forms on the teeth and gums
calculus
a hard deposit of calcified plaque which is found around the neck of the tooth When it is above the free gingival margin (supra-gingival) it is white and chalky When it is below (sub-gingival) it is dark and hard
calculus
the branch of mathematics that is concerned with limits and with the differentiation and integration of functions
calculus
hard residue, ranging from yellow to brown, forming on teeth when oral hygiene is incomplete or improper
calculus
A method of calculation One of several highly systematic methods of treating nproblems by a special system of algebraic notations
calculus
A branch of mathematics divided into two general fields: differential calculus and integral calculus Differential calculus can be used to find rates of change, like orbits of planets, satellites, and spacecraft Integral calculus is a method of calculating quantities by splitting them up into a large number of small parts It can be used to find the surface area of irregular objects You can find out the total surface area of your car (even the round parts) by using integral calculus Source: Children's Encyclopedia Britannica vol 3, p 308-309, 1989
calculus
a special form of algebra good for studying constantly changing systems Mathematicians disagree whether calculus was invented by Sir Isaac Newton or by Gottfried Liebnitz Either way, calculus gave mathematicians the tool they needed to study scientific phenomena like gravity and accelerating movement
calculus
the branch of mathematics that is concerned with limits and with the differentiation and integration of functions a hard lump produced by the concretion of mineral salts; found in hollow organs or ducts of the body; "renal calculi can be very painful
calculus
A branch of mathematics involved with the limit of series of numbers and the value of a function when its variable approaches a particular value Applications are finding the area under a curve (the area under a speed-time graph gives the distance covered in that time) and the gradient or tangent of curves (the gradient of a distance-time graph at a particular time gives the speed at that point)
calculus
Calculus is a branch of advanced mathematics which deals with variable quantities. the part of mathematics that deals with changing quantities, such as the speed of a falling stone or the slope of a curved line (from calx; CHALK). Field of mathematics that analyzes aspects of change in processes or systems that can be modeled by functions. Through its two primary tools the derivative and the integral it allows precise calculation of rates of change and of the total amount of change in such a system. The derivative and the integral grew out of the idea of a limit, the logical extension of the concept of a function over smaller and smaller intervals. The relationship between differential calculus and integral calculus, known as the fundamental theorem of calculus, was discovered in the late 17th century independently by Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Calculus was one of the major scientific breakthroughs of the modern era. differential calculus fundamental theorem of calculus integral calculus renal calculus predicate calculus propositional calculus
calculus
A method of computation; any process of reasoning by the use of symbols; any branch of mathematics that may involve calculation
calculus
{i} method of mathematical computation; abnormal mineral buildup in the body; gravel; small cup-like structure (Anatomy); system composed of many complex parts
calculus
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## Etymologie

[ -l&s ] (noun.) 1666. Latin, stone.

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