- #1
- 729
- 0
I'm learning about group theory and wanted to apply it to something other than + and *, and I'm having trouble understanding how it can be applied to differentiation. I can see that integration would be the inverse, but is it binary of unary? Since you would write it as d(f), it appears unary, but you also have to know what variable to differentiate with respect to... Do you see the paradox?
I also noticed it is distributive but I don't think it's associative...
I also noticed it is distributive but I don't think it's associative...