I've noticed that there are a few ways to notate that a varible is a derivative using tick marks, or a "d": Y', Y'', dy, triangles etc. Is there a reason for this, or is it just personal preference?
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Originally Posted by diffyQ I've noticed that there are a few ways to notate that a varible is a derivative using tick marks, or a "d": Y', Y'', dy, triangles etc. Is there a reason for this, or is it just personal preference? Notation for differentiation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
By the way, those are "notations", not "notions". Notions are what you have or what you buy in a "notions" store!
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