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Archimedes of Syracuse is the founder of areas, volumes, and surfaces with a technique we call protointegration. Pierre de Fermat had determined slops of tangents and areas under curves in a modern fashion. And two seventeenth-century scholars, Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, are found to be the creators of calculus. According to Dunham (2005) the latter was the first to publish his work in 1684 in which his paper was titled with the Latin word calculi. Ober ten years, he refined his study and developed an original system of symbols and notations. Though he was the second person to find calculus, he was the first person to publish his findings for the world to see. With publishing these two papers as well Leibniz was also able to claim intellectual ownership for the invention of calculus. And because he claimed calculus to be his invention he was widely known to be the greatest mathematician across Europe. However, though Leibniz was the first to publish such findings he was not the only inventor of calculus. According to Bardi (2006) Newton was the person who originally invented calculus, which he actually called method of fluxions and fluents. Unlike Leibniz, he kept his work closely held and secret for most of his life. He only wanted private copies to be distributed among his friends, and did not have any of his work published until decades after its inception. According to Badri (2006) Both Leibniz and Newton had claim of ownership on calculus, and they are both currently considered independent inventors, as well as both credited mathematics and is considered the greatest push forward since the time of the Greeks. Though during their time there were many debates upon who was the real inventors of this system it is currently viewed as a system created by both individually and brought together to create one calculus system.Bardi, J. S. (2006). The calculus wars Newton, Leibniz, and the greatest mathematical clash...

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