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Derivative function：
Enter an original function (that is, the function to be derived), then set the variable to be derived and the order of the derivative, and click the "Next" button to obtain the derivative function of the corresponding order of the function.
Note that the input function supports mathematical functions and other constants.
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Mathematical functions supported by derivative functions
Basic mathematical operation symbols: plus sign "+", minus sign "-", multiplication sign "*" or“ × ", division"/"or" ÷ "or":“
The natural constant e: for example, the third power of e: e3
Power: a to the power of b: a ^ b, for example: 2 to the power of 3: 2 ^ 3
Power function: a to the power of b, for example: 2 to the power of 7: 2 ^ 7
Square root: for example, square root of 9: sqrt (9) or sqrt9 or √ 9
Calculate the absolute value: for example, the absolute value of - 3: abs - 3 or abs (- 3)
Common logarithm function: for example, common logarithm of 3: lg3
Natural logarithm function: for example, natural logarithm of 3: ln3
Logarithmic function: the logarithm with a as the base b, for example, to find the logarithm with 3 as the base 27, use the function log (3,27)
Sine function: for example, 30 degree sine: sin30
Cosine function: for example: cosine of 60 degrees: cos60
Tangent function: for example: 45 degree tangent: tan45
Arcsine function: for example: arcsin0.5 or asin0.5
Arccosine function: for example, arccosine of 0.5: arccos0.5 or acos0.5
Arctangent function: for example: arctan1 or atan1
Hyperbolic sine function sh or sinh: for example: 0.5 hyperbolic sine: sh0.5 or sinh0.5
Hyperbolic cosine function ch or cosh: for example: 0.5 hyperbolic cosine: ch0.5 or cosh 0.5
Hyperbolic tangent function th or tanh: for example, the hyperbolic tangent of 0.5: th0.5 or tanh0.5
Hyperbolic cotangent function cth or coth: for example, hyperbolic cotangent of 0.5: cth0.5 or coth0.5
Hyperbolic sech: For example: 0.5 hyperbolic sech: sech0.5
Hyperbolic cosecant function csch: for example: 0.5 hyperbolic cosecant: csch0.5

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