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D   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
D[f, x] gives the partial derivative \[PartialD]f/\[PartialD]x. D[f, {x, n}] gives the multiple derivative \[PartialD]^n f/\[PartialD]x^n. D[f, x, y, ...] differentiates f ...
ParabolicCylinderD   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ParabolicCylinderD[\[Nu], z] gives the parabolic cylinder function D_\[Nu] (z).
\[PartialD]   (Mathematica Character Name)
Unicode: 2202. Alias: Esc pd Esc. Prefix operator with built-in evaluation rules. ∂_xy is by default interpreted as D[y,x]. ∂ is used in mathematics to indicate boundary. ...
\[DifferentialD]   (Mathematica Character Name)
Unicode: F74C. Alias: Esc dd Esc. Compound operator with built-in evaluation rules.  can only be interpreted by default when it appears with ∫ or other integral operators. ∫ ...
CapitalDifferentialD   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
CapitalDifferentialD[x] displays as \[CapitalDifferentialD]x.
\[CapitalDifferentialD]   (Mathematica Character Name)
Unicode: F74B. Alias: Esc DD Esc. Compound operator.  can only be interpreted by default when it appears with ∫ or other integral operators. Used in mathematics to indicate ...
NevilleThetaD   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
NevilleThetaD[z, m] gives the Neville theta function \[CurlyTheta]_d (z \[VerticalSeparator] m).
JacobiDS   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
JacobiDS[u, m] gives the Jacobi elliptic function ds(u | m).
InverseJacobiDS   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
InverseJacobiDS[v, m] gives the inverse Jacobi elliptic function ds -1 (v \[VerticalSeparator] m).
Symbolic Calculations with Units   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Mathematica's ability to deal with symbolic expressions, as well as numbers, allows you to use it for many kinds of mathematics. Mathematica's unit system utilizes this ...
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