for my physics class we are expected to know how to do derivatives, i have a TI-89 calculator and supposedly they can do derivatives. but im not sure how. i enter it the equation on correctly but i dont get the right answer, any idea why this is?

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for my physics class we are expected to know how to do derivatives, i have a TI-89 calculator and supposedly they can do derivatives. but im not sure how. i enter it the equation on correctly but i dont get the right answer, any idea why this is?

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Press "2nd+8", expression (no equals sign), ",", variable by which you wish to take the derivative of, ")" Let's say we want to take the derivative of \(x^2\) The input line should look like this\[d (x^2,x)\]

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