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Leibniz's notation
12/12/11 03:04am

Hi,

I'm a beginner to Mathematica. I would like to use the Leibniz's notation in my differential equation. I have tried it in Mathematica but it only works when I use the input from in point 1 (picture.png). When I try the form in point 2, I get an error. Isnít this form supported or am I doing something wrong?

Thank you,

Regards, Roman



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