Writing derivatives using the Leibniz notation
All of these are the different ways to write the derivative of a function.
The derivative of
The derivative equals 0 since there’s no change from one
x value to any other
x values. It means that there’s no slope.
The derivative normally equals 1.
y changes by the same amount for every change of
The derivative of a linear function equals to the slope
m = 2).
At any point
x, the slope of the tangent line will be
quadratic function with addition
Remember, the derivative of a constant is always 0.