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f''(x), f'''(x), etc.
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Greetings!
In GeoGebra, f'(x) is recognized as the first derivative of x evaluated in x. But f'''(x), f'''(x), ... are not. Would it be possible to include these notations too? They are very handy (better than type Derivative[f, x, 2], Derivative[f, x, 3], ...).
Thanks, Humberto.
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Hi,
I assume you we are using the latest 4.4 version. Just tried these in input bar:
f(x)=sin(x)
f''(x)
f'''(x)
and it worked. Could you please specify what does not work as expected?
Thanks,
Zbynek
:anguished: :confused:
Oh, yes. It works in GeoGebra 4.4! Thanks!
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