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Δ(Δx)/Δ(Δy) problem

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syu111111
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Jan18-11, 02:10 PM
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Does (Δ(Δx))/(Δ(Δy)) exist in both mathematics and physics? Thanks a lot
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chwala
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Jan18-11, 02:29 PM
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delta does indeed exist in maths and physics it is the other way of saying d/dx (dy/dx) of a function....


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