Hi all! i am just a high school student and have only taken AP calculus AB, but i have a question which hopefully some of you will be able to answer. how do you take the derivative/integral of a multivariable equation? how is it decided which variable you are taking derivatives/integrals with respect to, and what is this doing conceptually?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

im sorry is this is a dumb question, but all the other websites i've tried on the web use terminology and symbols im not familiar with, and are very confusing

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# Integrating/differentiating several variables

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