Linearization | Relativity 3

What’s 10% up followed by 10% down? Not 0% up. But almost. The study of why that is has led to major developments in the History of mathematics, like the invention of calculus, which have been instrumental in the developments of science: Linearization. But its overuse conceals its fundamental limitations…

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