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Calc I: Using both Chain Rule and Quotient Rule in same problem.

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Demonstrates how to find the derivative of (9x / 4x + 1)^6. Both the Chain Rule and the Quotient Rule are used in this example, as well as a calculator to find a large coefficient.
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Cecilia Rabadán (3 months ago)
beautiful 😍
TOPPERS FACTORY (4 months ago)
https://youtu.be/q1ULs82rXdY
TokyoGamerZ z (4 months ago)
Are you sure about your answer?
Anthony Esposito (10 months ago)
your explaination was great but i that lighting chain made it pretty difficult to pay attention
WolvenDance (1 year ago)
Thank you so much! This was very helpful and from someone that is mathematically challenged, you explained it extremely well. Thank you again! Peace and Blessed be
Arsil Darouiche (1 year ago)
Thank you!!
Cinthia Ramos (1 year ago)
Extremely helpful! Thank you!
Herb Cruz (1 year ago)
In this case, couldn't you use logarithmic differentiation to make this function slightly simpler to differentiate?
Andrew Kim (3 years ago)
Why would you do the last step? If the idea is to simplify, then why do you have to make it more complicated to the point where you're literally putting exponents on all the terms. Couldn't we just leave it the way it was? That seems to be the more "simpler" choice.
Buddha Belly (3 years ago)
will you be my calculus teacher?
whysomad (4 years ago)
that was good thanks!

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