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- 1. Derivatives<br />
- 2. Sums<br />F’(f(x)+ g(x))=?<br />f’(x)+g’(x)<br />
- 3. Example<br />f(x)=2x f’(x)=2<br />g(x)=5x g’(x)=5<br />
- 4. Power rule<br />f’(x)^n= n(f(x)^(n-1))<br />
- 5. Example<br />F(x)=x^3<br />Put the 3 in front<br />Subtract 1 from the power<br />
- 6. Product Rule<br />f(x)*g(x)=?<br />f(x)*g’(x)+g(x)*f’(x)<br />1st*d(2nd)+2nd*d(1st)<br />
- 7. Example<br />Find f’(x) and g’(x)<br />f’(x)=2<br />g’(x)=1<br />f(x)=2x<br />g(x)= (x+3)<br />
- 8. 1st*d(2nd)+2nd*d(1st)<br />
- 9. Quotient Rule<br />Hi/ho=?<br />(ho*dhi)-(hi*dho) <br /> /(ho*ho)<br />
- 10. Example<br />(ho*dhi)-(hi*dho)/(ho*ho)<br />f’(x)=2<br />g’(x)=1<br />f(x)=2x<br />g(x)= (x+3)<br />

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