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How about integration? Integration tells us an area, perhaps a volume.

- For example, an engineer might compute the volume of a cylindrical
tank (with spherical end caps) used to store water. How much wine is
contained in a cask of wine? Well, if you wish to compute that volume,
those curved sides will involve integration.

- An engineer would use integration to compute a moment of inertia,
thus helping to understand the physics of a spinning tire on a car, or a
bicycle. In turn, that helps explain why you can ride that bicycle
without falling over.

- What is the average speed you will travel at when you drive into
work? Integration could tell you that, although there are simpler ways
to do so.

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WHAT IS THE MEANING OF DIFFERENTIATION?
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