Differentiation

Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4

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This video is a return to the idea of the quotient rule but with circular functions. As the previous video was used to recap all the work for differentiation, this one is a lot shorter (YEA!). A quick example showing how the quotient rule works moves swiftly into two examples where we use the quotient rule with some circular function (or trig functions).

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quotient rule for exponents
quotient rule and chain rule
circular functions
quotient rule with circular functions
calculus quotient rule
difference quotient calculus
calculus product and quotient rules
differentiation
differential calculus
trigonometric functions
How do I use the quotient rule
How do I differentiate quotients