pi^2 is constant derivative of constant = 0
alright thanks , the answer was 2pi thanks man :D
The answer was 2pi?
Is pi here a variable? Or is it pi, the constant?
If you define i as variable, p as constant, and you are differentiating with respect to the variable i.
In this case, you should specify all these in your question.
Is the question \(\pi ^2 \) or \(pi^2\)?
pi is constant. so we can't even differentiate w.r.t pi
OK, then the answer is zero.
ok, tell me atleast one thing, what are you differentiating with respect to ??
\(\pi \) can be used with any context. It's hard to trust today's teachers :P
i would agree
first she said 2pi
so i was like k 2pi
seen this discussion on his another account before, he is just trolling ;)
Who said 2pi?
yeah i just checked it's 2pi
at least im sure it is