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In differentiation d/dx(dy/dx) =d^2 y/dx^2,why we not write d/dx(dy/dx) =d^2 y/d^2 x^2

In differentiation d/dx(dy/dx) =d^2 y/dx^2,why we not write d/dx(dy/dx) =d^2 y/d^2 x^2
 

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Aditya Gupta
2081 Points
3 years ago
it is conventional notation. like why do we call it a donkey and not ponkey?? similarly it is nothing but notation jo sadiyon se use kiya ja raha hai. there is NO REASON for this.

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