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Taylor stated that:

The curve is subjunctive to a partial of an infinite number of its differentials.

 

So, we must be dealing with limited mathematics. Correct!

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You mean limits? Then yes, differentiation and so on is best understood in terms of limits.

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UT_PQED, can I take it that English is not your native language? I have great difficulty

undertanding what you mean by a curve being "subjunctive to a partial of an infinite number of its differentials".

I presume that you mean "an infinite number of partial derivatives" but what do you mean by

"subjunctive" here?

 

Also what do you mean by "limited mathematics"?

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