# Calculus Notation

Notation Schemes in Calculus

### Derivative Notation Schemes

{$$ \large \begin{align} \textbf{Associate }\ & \textbf{the Notation}&& \textbf{with the Person} \cr &\textrm{a.}\ {dx\over{dy}}& &\text{1. Euler}\cr &\textrm{b.}\ \textrm{D}x& &\text{2. Hamilton} \cr &\textrm{c.}\ f^\prime& &\textrm{3. Lagrange} \cr &\textrm{d.}\ \dot x & &\textrm{4. Leibniz} \cr &\textrm{e.}\ \nabla& &\textrm{5. Newton}\end{align} $$}

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