Yes deriving an equation means, starting from the basic and getting to that equation using physics laws !! For an example, Let's derive N . View the full answer. Previous question Next

An equation is a statement with an equal sign. In mathematics, forming a mathematical equation or formula is called deriving. We can derive equations when we know two quantities are equal.

f’ (x) = lim Δx→0 f (x+Δx) − f (x) Δx. The derivative of f equals. the limit as Δx goes to zero of f (x+Δx) - f (x) over Δx . Or sometimes the derivative is written like this (explained on Derivatives

The Equation. There are many way to express the Manning equation. The equation was derived to describe the velocity in a conduit, but for hydraulic computations, it is often