## Quotient Rule Resources Why it's important   You can use the quotient rule to answer questions like:   Find f'(x) when f(x) = (3 + x2)/(x4 + x).    What it is   I recite this rhyme to remember the quotient rule:   Low Dee High minus High Dee Low Draw the Bar and Square Below   Which means:   f'(x) = [low * dee high... read more Rules for Differentiation Here is a list of general rules that can be applied when finding the derivative of a function. These properties are mostly derived from the limit definition of the derivative. Linearity Product Rule see product rule Quotient Rule see quotient rule Reciprocal Rule Chain Rule see chain rule Quotient Rule Explanation Similar to product rule, the quotient rule is a way of differentiating the quotient, or division of functions. The quotient rule is defined as the quantity of the denominator times the derivative of the numerator minus the numerator times the derivative of the denominator all over the denominator squared. The Formula for the Quotient Rule The... read more

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