From: Chris Jacobs (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Sep 30 2003 - 18:45:49 EDT
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From: +ACI-Stefan Persson+ACI- +ADw-alsjebegrijptwatikbedoel+AEA-yahoo.se+AD4-
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Subject: Possible error in the Unicode code charts
+AD4- The code charts tells that U+-0308 Combining di+AOY-resis may be used for
+AD4- indicating the +IBw-double derivate.+IB0- I have only heard people calling this
+AD4- the +IBw-second derivate+IB0gFA-is +IBw-double derivate+IB0- a valid name for this?
The second derivative d/dt ( d/dt ( something )) is got by differentiating
the first derivative d/dt ( something ) another time.
So the something is differentiated twice, that is double.
So yes, it is a valid name.
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