How do you use this notation?

If I have

How do you wright this?

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- April 8th 2010, 08:19 PMintegralLeibniz notation.
How do you use this notation?

If I have

How do you wright this? - April 8th 2010, 08:31 PMdwsmith
How do you write in Leibniz?

that means you have to take the derivative though. - April 9th 2010, 03:27 AMintegral
Yes, but how do I use it in terms of the equation?

and if I have the notation:

Or what does this mean?

? - April 9th 2010, 03:51 AMcoolxal
Since , just make y = f(x) so y = .

dy/dx = f'(x).

dy/dx means derivative of y with respect to x.

d/dx is the derivative with respect to x. If you have then you just take the derivative of that.

- April 9th 2010, 04:20 AMCaptainBlack