README for derivative package v0.97 dated 2019-02-03
The package provides a set of commands
\NewPdvVariant etc. that can be used to define a variant of a derivative. The package have already defined several derivatives:
\advAverage rate of change
Copyright and license
Copyright 2019-2020 Simon Jensen
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derivative – Nice and easy derivatives
This package provides a set of commands \NewOdvVariant, \NewPdvVariant etc. that can be used to define derivatives. Each derivative comes with a great number of options that tweak the derivative’s format to your liking.
The following types of derivatives come readily defined:
- \odv Ordinary derivative,
- \pdv Partial derivative,
- \fdv Functional derivative,
- \mdv Material derivative,
- \adv Average rate of change,
- \jdv Jacobian.
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|Copyright||2019–2020 Simon Jensen|
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