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Algebra Calculator

#### Derivabbrev

-- Option variable: derivabbrev Default value: `false`

When `derivabbrev` is `true`, symbolic derivatives (that is, `diff` nouns) are displayed as subscripts. Otherwise, derivatives are displayed in the Leibniz notation `dy/dx`.

```(%o1)                                true
(%i2) ```

### Related Examples

##### derivabbrev-diff-sin-true

diff((sin(a-x))^2, x,...

derivabbrev: true;

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##### derivabbrev-diff-integrate-true

'diff (a*x^2+b*x, x, 1);

diff(%,x);

derivabbrev: true;

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##### derivabbrev-diff-false-true

f(x,y) := x^2+x^5;

derivabbrev: true;

this:'diff(f(x,y), x,...

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##### derivabbrev-diff-exp-integrate-true

diff (exp ((x)), x, 3);

derivabbrev: true;

'integrate (f(x, y),...

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##### derivabbrev-diff-false

value(Y) := F * ((C*(...

derivabbrev:false;

d:diff(value(Y), Y);

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##### derivabbrev-diff-exp-integrate-true

diff (exp ((x)), x, m);

derivabbrev: true;

'integrate (f(x, y),...

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##### derivabbrev-integrate-true

derivabbrev: true;

integrate (1/P^2, P);

eq1: -1/P(t) = t;

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##### derivabbrev-diff-true

diff (a*x^y+b*x, x, 1);

derivabbrev: true;

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##### derivabbrev-diff-integrate-tan-true

diff (tan(x^3*y^4), x...

derivabbrev: true;

'integrate (f(x, y),...

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##### derivabbrev-diff-exp-integrate-true

diff (x *exp ((x)), x...

derivabbrev: true;

'integrate (f(x, y),...

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