Writing Derivatives `d/dxsinx` or `(2dI)/dt=10-3I`

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Writing Derivatives `d/dxsinx` or `(2dI)/dt=10-3I`

Postby barnamah » Fri 22 April, 2011 08:51

Writing Derivatives in Equaser.com

To write `d/dx` or `dy/dx` writ them just a regular fraction dy/dx but if we have letters other than x and y, then use parenthesis such as (dI)/dt or (dA)/(dθ)
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