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Find y ′ (2) if u(2)= 3, u ′ (2)= −4, v(2)= 1, and v ′ (2)= 2 Example 6 Differentiating a Quotient Differentiate f x( )= x2 −1 x2 +1 Example 7 Second and Higher Order Derivatives Find the first four derivatives of y = x3 − 5x2 + 2 /FirstChar 0 /FontDescriptor 8 0 R The Quotient Rule The quotient rule is used to take the derivative of two functions that are being divided. dx. I have mixed feelings about the quotient rule. 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 549 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 0000000069 00000 n dx                       v², If y =    x³    , find dy/dx 1 0 obj Letting u = g(x)and v = f (x)and observing that du = g (x)dxand dv = f (x)dx, we obtain a Quotient Rule Integration by Parts formula: dv u = v u + v u2 du. Copyright © 2004 - 2020 Revision World Networks Ltd. Quotient rule is one of the subtopics of differentiation in calculus. ] Quite a mouthful but This is used when differentiating a product of two functions. If u = 3x + 11 and v = 7x – 2, then u y. v To find the derivative of a function written as a quotient of two function, we can use the quotient rule. It is not necessary to algebraically simplify any of the derivatives you compute. 1-9 94/5 p = v(9) u'q) - u(q) v'q) dp da = [vca)] 1.*)-(5925). endstream d (uv) = vdu + udv /Outlines 1 0 R 0000002193 00000 n In other words, we always use the quotient rule to take the derivative of rational functions, but sometimes we’ll need to apply chain rule as well when parts of that rational function require it. Subsection The Product Rule. [ /Contents 11 0 R This is another very useful formula: d (uv) = vdu + udv dx dx dx. endobj endobj Always start with the “bottom” function and end with the “bottom” function squared. 8 0 obj endobj >> 500 500 333 389 278 500 500 722 500 500 444 480 200 480 541 778 /Subtype /TrueType << /Length 494 Product rule: u’v+v’u Quotient Rule: (u’v-v’u)/v2 8. y = -2t2 + 6t - 3 u= v= u’= v’= 9. f(x) = (x + 1) (x2 - 3). Differentiate x(x² + 1) let u = x and v = x² + 1 d (uv) = (x² + 1) + x(2x) = x² + 1 + 2x² = 3x² + 1 . /Count 2 Again, with practise you shouldn"t have to write out u = ... and v = ... every time. /Filter /FlateDecode 6. let u = x and v = x² + 1d (uv) = (x² + 1) + x(2x) = x² + 1 + 2x² = 3x² + 1 . endobj Derivatives of Products and Quotients. MIT grad shows an easy way to use the Quotient Rule to differentiate rational functions and a shortcut to remember the formula. /Type /FontDescriptor 0000003107 00000 n /Info 2 0 R << In this unit we will state and use the quotient rule. 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