## DUDE..IM..A..DUCK one year ago what is the derivative of pi^2.

1. hartnn

pi^2 is constant derivative of constant = 0

2. DUDE..IM..A..DUCK

alright thanks , the answer was 2pi thanks man :D

3. ParthKohli

4. DUDE..IM..A..DUCK

yep

5. ParthKohli

Is pi here a variable? Or is it pi, the constant?

6. RolyPoly

If you define i as variable, p as constant, and you are differentiating with respect to the variable i.

7. RolyPoly

In this case, you should specify all these in your question.

8. ParthKohli

Is the question $$\pi ^2$$ or $$pi^2$$?

9. DUDE..IM..A..DUCK

both

10. ParthKohli

Huh?

11. DUDE..IM..A..DUCK

constant

12. hartnn

pi is constant. so we can't even differentiate w.r.t pi

13. RolyPoly

Troll -_-

14. DUDE..IM..A..DUCK

^

15. ParthKohli

OK, then the answer is zero.

16. hartnn

ok, tell me atleast one thing, what are you differentiating with respect to ??

17. ParthKohli

$$\pi$$ can be used with any context. It's hard to trust today's teachers :P

18. DUDE..IM..A..DUCK

i would agree

19. DUDE..IM..A..DUCK

first she said 2pi

20. DUDE..IM..A..DUCK

so i was like k 2pi

21. ganeshie8

seen this discussion on his another account before, he is just trolling ;)

22. ParthKohli

Who said 2pi?

23. ParthKohli

Aww man.

24. sophisticated.CHIMP

yeah i just checked it's 2pi

25. sophisticated.CHIMP

at least im sure it is