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XII. The rest of the argument is a matter of dates. Barrow was Professor of Greek from 1660 to 1662, then Professor of Geometry at Gresham College from 1662 to 1664, and Lucasian Professor from 1664 to 1669; Newton was a member of Trinity College from 1661, and was in residence until he was forced from Cambridge by the plague in the summer of 1665 ; from manuscript notes in Newton's handwriting, it was probably during, and owing to, this enforced absence from Cambridge (and, I suggest, away from the geometrical influence of Barrow) that he began to develop the method of fluxions (probably in accordance with some such permission from Barrow as that suggested in the purely imaginative interview above).
If y is for Differentiation any function of x, and z - (k/y*) . dy/dx = A/j, ' . . Lect. VIII, y + C, a function of x, and z then dz/dx^dyldx Lect. VIII, 2 2 a2 3. dy/dx; or, in another form, 2 2 if z = V(j - a ), then dz/dx = [y/J(y* a^]dy/dx 9 n , Lect. VIII, 13 4. If z 2 =jy 2 5. dz/dx + a2 , then 2 <&/# =y dy/dx, . ' 2 OTdz/dx = [y/J(y + a*)]dyldx . = = - [j/v/(a 2 -y*}}dyjdx . Lect. dyjdx, Lect. VIII, 1 5 Ify is any function of x, and z = a + fry, Lect. IX, i then dzjdx = b dyfdx n = n~ r r is function and z a of x, 7.
Dz/dx =y . . (L^, Lect. dz/dx=y, then fydx Hence the standard forms for integration are to be obtained immediately from those already found for differentiation. Barrow, however, proves the integration formula for an integral power independently, in the course of certain theorems in Lect. He also gives a separate proof of the quotient law in the form of an integration, in Lect. XI, 27. z = XL Further Standard Forms for Integration A. B. C. D. E. F. \ Q a*dx = k(a x - Lect. i) ) Ptan0d0=bg(cos0) ^ecOde .