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  • Calculus is the study of change. When we do basic algebra, x is always x, and once we've solved, we get a single number. But in the real world, numbers don't stay the same - the height of a baseball thrown in the air is different from moment to moment. Calculus gives us the tools to understand and calculate with changing quantities.

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