Differentiation

Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4

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This video shows how to use the Chain Rule to differentiate functions. In previous lessons, we found that we could differentiate individual terms, but what happens when we have a number of terms multiplied together? We can use the chain rule to split the function into two separate functions and then combine them. This video shows the theory and then some practical examples of how to use the Chain Rule.
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