If you're taking Calculus, you've probably already seen the product rule, and you know it's a bit of a monster. But it gets a lot worse when you have to do the product rule AND the chain rule. So, in this video we'll practice easier product rule problems before things get crazy.

Quotient Rule (without chain rule)

I shouldn't even be showing you this formula, because my advice is to never use it if you can possibly avoid it. It's a mess. So in this video I'll not only show you how to use it, I'll show you how to algebraically manipulate things so that you can turn quotient problems into a product rule problem instead. All without the chain rule, obviously, 'cause that would make this monster even nastier.

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