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Chain rule

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How about a little #chainrule for this joke. We think the baby in this drawing is very cute!

How about a little #chainrule for this joke. We think the baby in this drawing is very cute!

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Zafikha Aida on Instagram: “Finished potted plants #artbyzafikha Tutorial : ➡ previous post 💕 . . . Paint : @schmincke_official Brush : @silverbrushltd Black Velvet…” #potted plants

Calculus students need to have lots of practice using the chain rule! This activity for finding derivatives using the chain rule is a great way for students to get out of their desks. #calculus #mrseteachesmath

Calculus students need to have lots of practice using the chain rule! This activity for finding derivatives using the chain rule is a great way for students to get out of their desks. #calculus #mrseteachesmath

Integration Rules and Formulas - A Plus Topper

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Calculating the derivative of composite functions

Did you know that an M&M is a perfect illustration for understanding a composite function, which is the key to understanding the Chain Rule? What Is A

Chain rule - Derivatives - Calculus

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Integration Rules and Formulas

Integration Rules and Formulas Integral of a Function A function ϕ(x) is called a primitive or an antiderivative of a function f(x), if ?'(x) = f(x). Let f(x) be a function. Then the collection of all its primitives is called the indefinite integral of f(x) and is denoted by ∫f(x) dx. Thus, where ϕ(x) is primitive of […]