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- by where the comma is a partial derivative. For example The Christoffel symbols are part of a covariant derivative opperation, represented by a semicolin371 bytes (56 words) - 19:15, 18 January 2014
- of proper-time-derivative is a differential operator and the relativistic generalization of material derivative (substantial derivative) in four-dimensional6 KB (453 words) - 13:43, 13 May 2016
- graphed like the graph above. Now, I hope you know how to take a normal derivative by now. If you do not, you probably don't belong here. You are hopefully8 KB (1,189 words) - 23:21, 30 January 2016
- The acceleration of an object is the time derivative of its velocity. Like velocity, acceleration can therefore be considered either as a vector quantity2 KB (205 words) - 02:49, 1 July 2015
- directive provides a systematic way of finding these derivatives. The definitions of directional derivatives for various situations are given below. It is assumed50 KB (2,077 words) - 04:38, 7 May 2016
- us calculate the first four derivatives using : Setting equal to zero, we obtain Let us write for the -th derivative of We also write — think884 bytes (156 words) - 19:47, 29 July 2012
- the time derivative of its position. It is usually denoted by the symbol or by (where stands for position and the dot for the time derivative). Velocity4 KB (419 words) - 01:10, 30 June 2015
- Continuum mechanics/Strains and deformations (section Derivative of J with respect to the deformation gradient)the derivative of with respect the the deformation gradient . From tensor calculus we have, for any second order tensor Therefore, The derivative of55 bytes (261 words) - 14:03, 12 April 2016
- passing through a common point, and so they are called concurrent forces. derivative of the Public domain work of [Broxon]. Broxon, James W. "Mechanics"2 KB (309 words) - 03:47, 1 July 2015
- . It represents a directed rate of change of . A directed derivative or vector derivative of , so to speak. In cartesian coordinates It is common to4 KB (247 words) - 03:29, 1 July 2015
- operations is called differentiation, and the new function is called the derivative of the original function. This set of notes deals with the fundamentals26 KB (2,513 words) - 09:27, 29 April 2016
- Introduction to Calculus. Because of this, you are expected to know derivatives inside and out, and also know basic integrals. In this course, we will1 KB (113 words) - 01:35, 1 March 2015
- Fluid Mechanics for MAP/Fluid Dynamics (section Relation of a system derivative to the control volume derivative)time derivative (unsteadiness of the flow) and the change in space is the change along the path of the particle by means of the convective derivative.56 KB (1,445 words) - 08:36, 26 February 2015
- Report2 (section Problem 5:Find the 1st derivative of a function and show that this function is N1-ODE)shown as below: Find the 1st derivative of (Eq. 5.1 ): and show it is a N1-ODE. Find the first derivative by applying chain-rule to (Eq. 53 KB (150 words) - 04:40, 12 February 2016
- all genres covered. Careful with licenses that restrict comercial or derivative use Youtube Creative Commons - A large and rapidly growing collection3 KB (352 words) - 01:56, 16 September 2015
- on page 18. On this particular problem, we have taken the derivative of f(x). The derivative of this equation gives us another equation which will tell6 KB (943 words) - 03:15, 7 May 2016
- vector function that can be represented as where is a scalar. Then the derivative of with respect to is Note: In the above equation, the unit vectors12 KB (927 words) - 22:57, 22 June 2014
- differential equation (DE) is an equation relating a function to its derivatives. If the function is of only one variable, we call the equation an ordinary1 KB (150 words) - 20:36, 7 March 2014
- A differential equation is any equation involving derivatives of a dependent variable with respect to one or more independent variables. Thus are4 KB (347 words) - 03:12, 1 July 2015
- derivative of 4-velocity. When curvalinear coordinates are used such as in general relativity, the acceleration 4-vector is the covariant derivative of1 KB (80 words) - 10:13, 15 April 2016