Free derivation programme?

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Do you know of any free differentiation programme, online or for downloading?

For integration I've found this one: http://integrals.wolfram.com/index.jsp
 
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www.calc101.com has integrals, derivative, polynomial division, partial fractions, graphs and many other things, including tutorials on how to do them.
 
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Do you know of any free differentiation programme, online or for downloading?

For integration I've found this one: http://integrals.wolfram.com/index.jsp
You can actually use this one for differentiating. Type D[f,y] into the box, where f is the function you want to differentiate with respect to y. You'll get the answer multiplied by x.

Example: D[Exp[y^2],y] -> 2 y Exp[y^2] x, so the derivative is 2 y Exp[y^2].
 
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