How do you use this notation? If I have How do you wright this?
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How do you write in Leibniz? that means you have to take the derivative though.
Yes, but how do I use it in terms of the equation? and if I have the notation: Or what does this mean? ?
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.
Originally Posted by integral How do you use this notation? If I have How do you wright this? etc CB
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