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Calculus Calculator, Calculus Collider & e-book Advanced Calculus made easy, using simple Math

Calculus Calculator, Calculus Collider & e-book Advanced Calculus made easy, using simple Math PLDZ-11
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If you have Excel, this Calculator will work.

After putting 4 accelerating numbers in and unit(daily, weekly...)

then put in value of future units and get future value.

This is an essential product for Modern Executive to predict future Values

If you go 70 miles an hour, in 2 hours you have traveled 140 miles, that’s math.

Calculus is about calculating acceleration. This Calculator Calculates it for you!

At bottom of Calculator, light brown and red area..

Put in 4 numbers from blue part (Equation example), or any 4 acceleration numbers.

Click Calculate second derivative, it will fill in blanks.

Then put 1 (Or any units in future), in “Enter units in future”, click Calculate Future Value, and get future value!

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Explain Calculus in one page

View from laptop or computer as cell phone format of numbers does not come out right

Calculus is about calculating acceleration

An example of calculating acceleration

y = x². That is x times itself. If x is 2, y is 4.

dy/dx means the change in x with the corresponding change in y.

If x changes from 2 to 3(one unit), y will be now 9, a change of 9 – 4/1 = 5/1. dy/dx = 5/1

or 5. The first derivative

Using y = x² to generate 4 acceleration numbers.

If x is 5, y = 25......................... First Derivative.......................... Second Derivative

..................................36 – 25/1 = 11/ 1 or 11

If x is 6, y = 36 ..................................................................13 – 11/1 = 2/1 or 2

....................................49 – 36/1 = 13/1 or 13

If x is 7, y = 49 ..................................................................15 – 13/1 = 2/1 or 2

....................................64 – 49/1 = 15/1 or 15

If x is 8, y = 64

Notice the Second Derivative is constant. The increase in y is always 2.

So for each unit just add 2 to get next increase in y.

So x is 8, y is 64 what will y be next unit by adding derivatives?

It is what it is now 64 + first derivative + second derivative.

64 + 15 + 2 = 64 + 17 = 81, we do not need equation anymore to predict future value!

The next value is 81 + last first derivative + Second Derivative

= 81 + 17 + 2 = 81 + 19 = 100.

This process of Summing is Integration, this Integration is the opposite of finding the

Derivative. The Integral symbol is the Sum Sign.

This process can be used when you have 4 accelerating numbers, like 4 months of

accelerating sales.

Find the first derivative, then second. When second derivative is constant, the

calculation can be made. If the second derivative isn’t constant, a third derivative may

have to be taken like in the case of y = x3.

This calculator is needed to realistically do calculations

In the case of Corona Virus, using 4 days of data on it accelerating per day

To calculate what it will be in a year, that's 365 days and 365 calculations!

Also included e-book Advanced Calculus made easy, using simple Math

Also included Calculus Collider Calculator

In first Calculator in Calculus Collider put 4 numbers of accelerating like Corona virus

In second Calculator in Calculus Collider put 4 numbers of accelerating rate people getting well

Then click Collide Calculators, click Calculate Derivatives, then put Future Value

This will give you correct future value prediction of number of people that have virus

This could also calculate rate of new customers growth, put 4 numbers in & unit (days, week,..)

Collide with customers lost rate, 4 numbers in & unit(days, weeks ...)

Then click Collide Calculators, click Calculate Derivatives, then put Future Value

Future value will predict correct number of customers in future!

If you have Excel, this Calculator will work. After putting 4 accelerating numbers in and unit(daily, weekly...) then put in value of future units and get future value. This is an essential product for Modern Executive to predict future Values If
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