## Principle of Geometric Calculus |

**Michael Guigli**

Union College

September 19, 2005

4:30 pm

Bailey Hall 201

Pastries and drinks will be served

I present a general introduction to “Geometric Calculus.” Geometric Calculus is a form of functional analysis that replaces difference quotients with quotient roots, and summation integrals with product integrals. A series of transform equations links Geometric Calculus to Calculus making Geometric computations possible for readers with a background in differential and integral calculus. This discovery stems from an impetus to apply the definition of geometric mean to a continuous function. One component of Geometric Calculus, Product Integration (Entegration), makes a natural appearance in problems based on Separable Differential Equations.

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