Traditional calculus as first considered in 17th century by Isaac Newton (and Leibniz, however some say Leibniz stole the Newton’s idea) and then 150 years later formalized (formulated correctly) by Cauchy and Weierstrass, uses limits. Initially calculus was called “infinitesimal calculus”, but…

read moreNo root of -1? No limit of discontinuous function? Like as once roots were generalized for negative numbers, I succeeded to generalize limits for arbitrary discontinuous functions. The formula of limit of discontinuous function is based on algebraic general topology, my generalization…

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