What are the hypernyms for Infinitesimals?
Other hypernyms:
numbers, Quantities, Measurements, mathematical objects, abstract entities.
What are the opposite words for infinitesimals?
Infinitesimals are extremely small mathematical values that are almost negligible in calculations. The antonyms for the word "infinitesimals" are macroscopic, significant, sizable, substantial, massive, and significant. These words represent values that are large, meaningful, and have a significant impact on calculations. When working with quantities that are not infinitesimal, these antonyms serve as a reminder to adjust the approach to the mathematical problem to account for the differences in magnitude. It is essential to understand both infinitesimals and their antonyms to work effectively in various fields such as calculus, physics, and engineering, where calculations require one to deal with quantities that are not always infinitesimal.
What are the antonyms for Infinitesimals?

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Famous quotes with Infinitesimals

Eudoxes... not only based the method [of exhaustion] on rigorous demonstration... but he actually applied the method to find the volumes (1) of any pyramid, (2) of the cone, proving (1) that any pyramid is one third part of the prism which has the same base and equal height, and (2) that any cone is one third part of the cylinder which has the same base and equal height. Archimedes, however, tells us the remarkable fact that these two theorems were first discovered by Democritus, though he was not able to prove them (which no doubt means, not that he gave no sort of proof, but that he was not able to establish the propositions by the rigorous methods of Eudoxes. Archimedes adds that we must give no small share of the credit for these theorems to Democritus... another testimony to the marvellous powers, in mathematics as well as in other subjects, of the great man who, in the words of Aristotle, "seems to have thought of everything". ...Democritus wrote on irrationals; he is also said to have discussed the question of two parallel sections of a cone (which were evidently supposed to be indefinitely close together), asking whether we are to regard them as equal or unequal... Democritus was already close on the track of infinitesimals.

The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions â€” the little soon forgotten charities of a kiss or smile, a kind look, a heartfelt compliment, and the countless infinitesimals of pleasurable and genial feeling.
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