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Summary & Analysis of Infinite Powers | A Guide to the Book by Steven Strogatz

Summary and analysis of infinite powers by Steven Strogatz

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Author and mathematician Steven Strogatz shares a deep secret he has discovered - that calculus is the primary operating code of the universe! He shows you how every expression of nature that you see can be broken down into a set of differential equations. Once you understand how calculus runs the cosmos, the universe will open up to you in unimaginable ways!

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  • Synopsis of the original book
  • Key takeaways from each chapter
  • Easily understood explanations for complicated mathmatical principles
  • History of calculus and many modern applications
  • Editorial Review
  • Background on Steven Strogatz

About the Original Book:

In Infinite Powers, Strogatz attempts to show us the link between the universe and calculus. Everything human civilization has created has been based on some form of calculus, including cellphones, radios, HIV drugs, and human genome technology. Strogatz makes a compelling argument that without integral and differential equations, there would be no modern civilization. Infinite Powersis a classic description of the history, development, and future of calculus, as well as the phenomenal mathematicians who mastered it.


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