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### 1. calculus

**noun.** ['ˈkælkjələs'] a hard lump produced by the concretion of mineral salts; found in hollow organs or ducts of the body.

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#### Etymology

- calculus (Latin)

### Rhymes with Calculus

- accomplice
- aeschelus
- ageless
- aimless
- airless
- alice
- anschluss
- argyropoulos
- bacillus
- backless
- baseless
- blameless
- bloodless
- bolus
- boneless
- borealis
- bottomless
- boundless
- bowlus
- breathless

### How do you pronounce calculus?

Pronounce calculus as ˈkælkjələs.

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### Sentences with calculus

1. **Noun, singular or mass**

Differential **calculus** provides a conceptual trick that allows you to do this.

2. **Adjective**

The derivative function in **calculus** determines the rate of change for a point on a continuous line graph.

### Quotes about calculus

1. You can do anything if you set your mind to it. Look out for kids, help them dream and be inspired. We teach **calculus** in schools, but I believe the most important formula is courage plus dreams equals success.

**- Marlee Matlin**

2. In the **calculus** of feelings, you never really know how one person's absence will affect you more than another's.

**- Gayle Forman, Where She Went**

3. You can't teach **calculus** to a chimpanzee. So just share your banana.

**- John Rachel, Blinders Keepers**

### 2. calculus

**noun.** ['ˈkælkjələs'] the branch of mathematics that is concerned with limits and with the differentiation and integration of functions.

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#### Etymology

- calculus (Latin)