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I have the following integral

[itex]\int^{∞}_{∞} \frac{\delta^{n}}{\delta a}f(a,b,c)da[/itex]

there is any way to rewrite it in terms of:

[itex]\int^{∞}_{∞} f(a,b,c)da[/itex]

I want to evaluate it for the case of n=1,2 and 3.

Thanks you so much.

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# Integral of a partial derivative.

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