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Re: How to "Factorize" expanded derivatives

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  • Subject: [mg17186] Re: How to "Factorize" expanded derivatives
  • From: "Hemming A Schaeffer" <has at>
  • Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 01:20:59 -0400
  • Organization: Customer at Tele Danmark Erhverv
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Thanks to a couple of people providing me with a personal response on how
the functions Integrate and Hold can be used to solve the specific problem I
posed (see below).

However, my final need is related to complicated expressions with multiple
partial derivatives. Thus, the function I am looking for is one, which is
able to experiment a little (like Simplify) on how to arrange (nest) partial
derivatives of different orders and variables to get the most simple
representation of some expression.

Thanks for any new tips


Hemming A Schaeffer wrote in message <7f9evt$50m at>...
>Consider the operation
>Does anyone know how to make Mathematica perform the inverse operation. I
>guess what I am looking for is some kind of Simplify Function using
>differentiation rules. Something resembling the Factor Function would also
>be nice.
>Thanks for any tips

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