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Differentiation variable and more can be changed in "Options". Click "Go! The result will be shown further below. How the Derivative Calculator Works For those with a technical background, the following section explains how the Derivative Calculator works.
First, a parser analyzes the mathematical function. It transforms it into a form that is better understandable by a computer, namely a tree see figure below. In doing this, the Derivative Calculator has to respect the order of operations.
This allows for quick feedback while typing by transforming the tree into LaTeX code. MathJax takes care of displaying it in the browser. When the "Go!
This time, the function gets transformed into a form that can be understood by the computer algebra system Maxima. Maxima takes care of actually computing the derivative of the mathematical function. Like any computer algebra system, it applies a number of rules to simplify the function and calculate the derivatives according to the commonly known differentiation rules.
Maxima's output is transformed to LaTeX again and is then presented to the user.