If you've never done the product and quotient rules before, I highly recommend that you go back to the first product & quotient rule chapter. But if you're ready for it, the videos below are going to get you to the chain rule promised land.
Product Rule With Chain Rule
Title pretty much says it all. We'll get a look at differentiating (taking derivatives of) exponentials, trig functions, polynomials to powers, and natural logs, all multiplied together. The key to getting through this stuff is to be super-organized in your work, finding u' and v' separately before trying to plug them into the formula. Don't do this stuff in your head!
Quotient Rule With Chain Rule
If you thought the product rule was bad, this is another level! Same organizational tricks will get you through it in one piece, though, so tune in for that.
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