You can use d/dx or d/dy for derivatives. For example d/dx(x^2) will graph the derivative of x^2 with respect to x.



An easy and efficient way to implement derivatives is by using function notation



For more ways to implement derivatives, you may find our support article on Prime Notation helpful.

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    Sallie consultancy

    Can anybody give a case of a derivative tool you use in your working environment? In the event that you don't have one being used now, would you be able to think about a territory where some hazard could be alleviated by utilizing a derivative?

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    Kasper Olsen

    Is there any chance that higher order derivatives will be implemented like this? Like   d^2/dx^2   ?

    I'm trying to use it in the sigma function you see. Thanks for your time.

    Edited by Kasper Olsen
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    Louka Fortin

    For Kasper Olsen : 

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    It sure would be nice to be able to parameterize the order of the derivative.  For example, to implement Rodrigues formula for the Legendre Polynomials

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    tomer kedem

    Check out my Tangent Line to a Circle Calculator:

    Edited by tomer kedem
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