So far I have only seen ∂/(∂(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); y) as being interpreted as an operator being of no use unless it is applied to some vector etc.

Now, however, my course literature asserts the following equality:

y=∂/(∂y)

What is the interpretation of the differentials in this case?

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# Partial differential problem in introductory tensor analysis

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