# Differentiate with Respect to Derivative

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댓글: Mitra Taghizadeh 2022년 9월 13일
Hi,
I have this code:
syms x(t) m k t
T = m/2*diff(x(t),t)^2;
D1 = diff(T,diff(x(t), t))
But I got this error:
Second argument must be a variable or a nonnegative integer specifying the number of differentiations.
Do you know how can I have the differentiate with respect to derivative?!

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### 답변(1개)

David Goodmanson 2022년 9월 12일
Hello Mitra,
what version of Matlab are you running? Running your code in 2021b gives
D1 =
m*diff(x(t), t)
as desired. Running it in 2019b gives the error message that you have. So there must have been some improvements in the interim. The following workaround, though, runs in 2019b and gives the correct result:
syms x(t) m k t dxdt
T = m/2*diff(x(t),t)^2;
T = subs(T,diff(x(t),t),dxdt);
D1 = diff(T,dxdt);
D1 = subs(D1,dxdt,diff(x(t),t))
D1 =
m*diff(x(t), t)
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Thank you David. It works.

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