Applications of calculus not only in Science ever since 17th Century,
Many theories came and since mathematicians nurtured,
Whoever learn become little receptive to it,
Whatsoever be the solution arriving it become troublesome,
However we love doing mathematics, equallyhate calculus-some.
Miniature graphs were drawn so as to develop inferences,
Birth of calculus not in a nutshell description,
It Boiled down to steam of new philosophies like Laplace and Fourier transforms,
Preparations to become 'well done Newton and Leibnitz and so on..'
Inspiration of number philosophy can be sustained after perspiration,
Aspiration to draw out inferences,
Attrition of number philosophy won't be known,
Ancestors have carved it well so as to enrich,
Numbers evolved and so only variations.
Topic(s) of this poem: mathematics
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