# Difference between revisions of "Derivative Command"

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; Derivative[Function]: Returns the derivative of the function. | ; Derivative[Function]: Returns the derivative of the function. | ||

; Derivative[Function, Number n]: Returns the ''n''<sup>th</sup> derivative of the function. | ; Derivative[Function, Number n]: Returns the ''n''<sup>th</sup> derivative of the function. | ||

'''Note:''' You can use <tt>f</tt>'<tt>(x)</tt> instead of <tt>Derivative[f]</tt>, or <tt>f</tt><nowiki>''</nowiki><tt>(x)</tt> instead of <tt>Derivative[f, 2]</tt>, and so on. | '''Note:''' You can use <tt>f</tt>'<tt>(x)</tt> instead of <tt>Derivative[f]</tt>, or <tt>f</tt><nowiki>''</nowiki><tt>(x)</tt> instead of <tt>Derivative[f, 2]</tt>, and so on. |

## Revision as of 02:59, 27 October 2010

- Derivative[Function]
- Returns the derivative of the function.
- Derivative[Function, Number n]
- Returns the
*n*^{th}derivative of the function.

**Note:** You can use `f`'`(x)` instead of `Derivative[f]`, or `f`''`(x)` instead of `Derivative[f, 2]`, and so on.