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Uniqueness. Let x, y E IR, x =1= y, and suppose both x - a and y - a are infinitesimal. Then (x - a) - (y - a) = x - y = x - y is infinitesimal; but x - Y E IR and Ix - yl > o. So x = y. Existence. If a = x for some x E IR we are done. Otherwise, we use Dedekind cuts to construct °a as follows. Define L, U by L = {x E IR I x < a} and U = {x E IR I x > a}. As a Dedekind cut the pair (L, U) uniquely determines a real number b E IR. We claim that b - a is infinitesimal. The number b must be either the greatest element of L or the smallest element of U.

Leipzip, Akad. Verlagsgesellschaft, 1933 Artin, E. : Algebraische Konstruktion reeller Korper, Abhandlungen aus dem mathematischen Seminar der Universitat Hamburg, vol. Ii, pp. : Ueber die Zerlegung definiter Funktionen in Quadrate, Abhandlungen aus dem mathematischen Seminar der Universitat Hamburg, vol. Ii pp. : Generalized Functions and Partial Differential Equations, in particular pp. 218-225. : On the complexity of semi algebraic sets, Proc. IFIP (San Francisco 1989), North Holland, pp. 293-298, (1989) § 4 Non-Standard Analysis For the first hundred and fifty years of its existence, differential and integral calculus were known as the analysis of the infinitely small.

293-298, (1989) § 4 Non-Standard Analysis For the first hundred and fifty years of its existence, differential and integral calculus were known as the analysis of the infinitely small. Euler's influential textbook, for example, is entitled "Introductio in Analysin Infinitorum" (Lausanne, 1748). The infinitely small magnitudes which we encountered as "atoms of straight lines" in Cavalieri's integration continue to play an important role. The precursors of Newton and Leibniz found a new use for vanishingly small quantities in problems of determining tangents and in finding maxima and minima.