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### Definition of Differentials

**1.** differential [n] - See also: differential

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### Literary usage of Differentials

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**1.** *Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus* by James Morford Taylor (1894)

"By differentiating these second partial **differentials**, we obtain a class of third
partial **differentials** ; and so on. In finding these successive partial ..."**2.** *Adjustment and Equity in Chile* by Patricio Meller (1992)

"For intersectoral large-firm wage **differentials** we observe (Table 5.2): i) Among
... On the other hand, industry-construction wage **differentials** show some ..."**3.** *Elements of Quaternions* by William Rowan Hamilton (1866)

"On the Definition of Simultaneous **differentials**. 317. IN the foregoing Chapter
of the present Book, and in several parts of the Book preceding it, ..."**4.** *Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science* (1887)

"IT is thought that text books on the Calculus do not explain with sufficient
clearness the differences and relations between the second **differentials** of ..."**5.** *The Law of Interstate Commerce and Its Federal Regulation* by Frederick Newton Judson (1905)

"**differentials** between competitive cities.— The intense competition of modern
commerce is ... The **differentials** allowed by the trunk line associations, ..."**6.** *Elements of the Differential Calculus: With Examples and Applications : a* by William Elwood Byerly (1901)

"This, however, is the case only when we are dealing with **differentials** ...
If, in any function involving **differentials** of a higher order than the first, ..."**7.** *Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus* by William Anthony Granville (1904)

"These relations between p and the **differentials** ds, dp, and d6 are correctly
represented by a right triangle whose hypotenuse is ds and sides dp and ..."