Archimedes used calculus as a simple way of thinking that was never seen before. On the other hand, *Richard Feynman held that calculus was the language that God had used when creating this universe.*** **In reality, both are correct. Not only is calculus a form of thinking, but it is also a way to explain an unknown occurrence. If we look further into it, we can assume they are the same thing. After all, language is the spoken form of thoughts.

*(Let us ignore those who talk without thinking).*

Ever since Leibniz proposed calculus to the world, mathematicians and physicists alike have applied calculus to physics laws that they believed to be true that they could not prove. Aside from that, those with a grasp of mathematical thinking have always used calculus’s foundation, mathematical thinking, to solve complex problems around them.

**Therefore it is no exaggeration to say that anything and everything around us is tied to calculus.**

Calculus deals with things that are constantly changing. More specifically, calculus analyzes constant changes and helps us act with more foresight. It also helps us find optimal solutions to problems that occur because of continuous changes.

The calculus we use and teach today is split into two main branches: **differential calculus** and **integral calculus**. These…