
 Webquest Historical Roots of Calculus (Site not responding. Last check: 20071009) 
  Calculus made modern science possible and no physical theory has ever broken the link to the calculus. 
  The subject is defined by a fantastic leading idea, one basic axiom, a calm and profound intellectual invention, a deep property, two crucial definitions, one ancillary definition, one major theorem, and the fundamental theorem of the calculus. 
  In its largest, its most architectural aspect, the calculus is a great, even spectacular theory of space and time, a demonstration that in the real numbers there is an instrument adequate to their representation. 
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