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Differential Calculus By Anthony J. Fejfar, B.A., Phd., J.D., Coif Perpetual (C)Copyright and (P)Patent by Anthony J.

Fejfar and Neothomism, P.C., (PA) and The American People, and The People of God, and The People Previously, I have asserted that a form of Practical Calculus, that is, Differential Calculus, which can be developed with the following equation: Differential Calculus deals with rates of difference. Now, I have developed the above equation into one which is a type of Practical Calculus which is also close to Trigonometry and Algebra. The primary equation for Practical Calculus, then, is as follows: X=NxY And X = N x Yp (X is a variable, N means number, Y is a A(p1) x B(p2) = C(p3)

variable, and Yp means that Y must be a decimal or a percentage.) A great advantage of this approach to Differential Calculus is that it is very practical, and, you do not need to use an algorithm table tos use it. Now, typically, the above equation is used when a particular (N)umber is placed in the equation. A more complicated problem solving approach is needed when N remains an

indeterminate variable. Please consider the following, which is the more determinate approach: X = $10 x Y Where X equals, in this case, Money produced Where Y equals price that each N product is sold at Thus, we can insert different prices for Y in order to solve for X X = $10 x 1 X = $10 x 2 X = $10 x 3 Y=1 Y =2 Y=3 X =$10 X = $20 X = $30

An so on, and so forth for N= 4 through 50

Now, a somewhat different equation is used, which is: X = $20 x Y X = $20 x Y Where Y equals 1 X = $20 x 1 X = $20

X = $20 x Y Where Y equals 2 X = $20 x 2 X = $40

And so on with N equals numbers 4 through 40

X = $30 x Y Where Y equals 3 X = $ 30 x 3 X = 90

X = $30 x Y Where Y equals 4 X = $30 x 4 Where X = 120

And so on with N equals numbers 4 through 30

This Practical Calculus teaches a basic form of Differential Calculus which is the same type of Calculus used with Quantum Physics.