1. For Windows or Linux - Press Ctrl+D
2. For MacOS - Press Cmd+D
3. For iPhone (Safari) - Touch and hold, then tap Add Bookmark
4. For Google Chrome - Press 3 dots on top right, then press the star sign
Enter your derivative problem in the input field.
Press Enter on the keyboard or on the arrow to the right of the input field.
In the pop-up window, select “Find the Third Derivative”. You can also use the search.
In calculus, a branch of mathematics, the third derivative is the rate at which the second derivative, or the rate of change of the rate of change, is changing, which is used to define aberration.