Product & Quotient Rules of Differentiation

Posted: February 18, 2016 in Differential Calculus, Implicit Differentiation, The Derivative
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Having previously determined the derivative of ln(x), we now have that at our disposal to show one perspective of the product and quotient rules of differential calculus. A quick excursion to “implicit differentiation land” and a review of the chain rule will set things up nicely to meet our objectives here.

Implicit Diff and Chain Rule


Product and Quotient Rules

Product Quotient Rules

Modified Product Rule

Modified Product Rule

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  1. […] If you would like to waste a minute or two, feel free to click on this link  to change “h”. For another perspective on the product and quotient rules, click here. […]

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