Differentiation

Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4

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This video shows how to use the Quotient Rule to differentiate functions. This video takes the time to look at how the quotient rule is and how it is used. We have already looked at the chain rile which shows how to split the product of terms and differentiate them. When we divide two functions we have to use another rule - the quotient rule. Much like the chain rule, there is a formula to use which makes the process really simple!

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VCE Maths
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Methods 3 and 4
The quotient rule
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The quotient rule formula
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A level maths
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How do I differentiate a fraction
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