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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of infinitesimals

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of infinitesimals:

Derived Form of infinitesimals

root word: infinitesimal
root word: infinitesimal

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  1. There was always the - - and this is what the problem people have had with infinitesimals.
  2. So these mathematicians who were using infinitesimals were saying,
  3. And infinitesimals were really important
  4. But this uses infinitesimals.
  5. And in the end, about two hundred years later they started to tidy this up, and they got rid of the infinitesimals
  6. They realized you don't need to use the infinitesimals.
  7. And it meant you didn't have to use infinitesimals to work out these areas
  8. And not needed any more. And there are no infinitesimals in the real numbers.
  9. In the 1960s, a guy worked out a system where you could include the infinitesimals.
  10. They took the real numbers and then they added in infinitesimals into what was already there.
  11. So infinitesimals don't exist in the real numbers but they added them in.
  12. So you got these infinitesimals - let's call them 'e'
  13. These are all different. They'll all infinitesimals but they're all different.
  14. So there's lots of infinitesimals.
  15. And the thinking of infinitesimals and can we make this work and can we use it.
  16. You can't intuit infinitesimals.
  17. Hahnemann in 1796, it follows three laws; the law of similars, the law of infinitesimals
  18. eyes from hay fever. Then, the law of infinitesimals means the
  19. This man lead the way to infinitesimals, which later was completed by Newton.
  20. infinitesimals, one is the amount of gas in the