[ep-suh-lon-del-tuh, -luh n- or, esp. British, ep-sahy-luh n-] /ˈɛp səˌlɒnˈdɛl tə, -lən- or, esp. British, ɛpˈsaɪ lən-/

adjective, Mathematics.
of or relating to a method or proof in calculus involving arbitrarily small numbers.


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