To calculate the third derivative of a function in MATLAB, you can use the `diff`

function three times consecutively. Here's an example code snippet:

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In this example, we first define the symbolic variable `x`

and the function `f(x)`

to differentiate. We then use the `diff`

function three times in succession to calculate the first, second, and third derivatives of `f(x)`

. Finally, we evaluate the third derivative at a specific value of `x`

using the `subs`

function.

Note that symbolic differentiation like this can be computationally expensive for complex functions, so numerical differentiation methods may be more appropriate in those cases.

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