# What is the derivative of #i#?

However, we have to exercise caution when discussing functions, derivatives, and integrals when working with complex numbers.

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The derivative of the imaginary unit ( i ) with respect to a real variable is zero, because ( i ) is a constant in the context of real differentiation.

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