## Derivatives Resources Document 137k

Includes tangent line problems, explanations and equations for derivates. Guided worksheet for those who need a refresher on derivatives... Document 139k

Extremely useful cheat sheet from Paul Dawkins, Math Professor at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. This one covers common derivatives... Document 29k

Provides the formulas for the basic rules of differentiation: sum rule, product rule, power rule, quotient rule, etc.  Also provides... Calculus I Practice Problems and Curriculum    http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/CalcI/CalcI.aspx When you have to take the derivative of 2 variables being multiplied, we use the product rule. If we have f(x)g(x), the derivative will be:   (f(x)g(x))' = f(x)g'(x) + g(x)f'(x).   Now, the primes can be a little confusing when you are learning how to apply this for the first time, so lets denote the number 1 to f(x) and the number 2 to g(x), where 1 refers... read more List of Derivatives Simple Functions Proof Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Proof Proof Proof Trigonometric Functions Proof Proof Proof Proof Proof Proof Inverse Trigonometric Functions Proof Proof Proof Proof Proof Proof... read more Differentiation - Taking the Derivative Differentiation is the algebraic method of finding the derivative for a function at any point. The derivative is a concept that is at the root of calculus. There are two ways of introducing this concept, the geometrical way (as the slope of a curve), and the physical way (as a rate of change). The slope of a curve translates to the rate of... read more Derivative Proofs Though there are many different ways to prove the rules for finding a derivative, the most common way to set up a proof of these rules is to go back to the limit definition. This way, we can see how the limit definition works for various functions. We must remember that mathematics is a succession. It builds on itself, so many proofs rely on results... read more

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