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Calculus: Chain Rule 3

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We combine the chain rule with the product rule and the quotient rule.
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Don Hancock (1 year ago)
He lost me in the factoring.
Always Learnin' (3 years ago)
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hellrockermihir (4 years ago)
You're awesome!! Way better than my maths teacher!! You just made it all easy to understand! Which video should be watched after this one?
hellrockermihir (4 years ago)
You're awesome!! Way better than my maths teacher!! You just made it all easy to understand! Which video should be watched after this one?
tiban7007 (4 years ago)
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DidIHearThat (5 years ago)
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Mojoman1 (5 years ago)
As I get further into calc, I realize my problems have really been algebra related -___-....derivatives are sort of easy compared to simplifying long polynomials, in my opinion.
SandMan (5 years ago)
You should have a chain rule 4 video, where you do some problems of multiple chains.
Hal von Luebbert (6 years ago)
This is the best calculus instruction I've ever had (every time I come back to calculus, it's to learn that the chain rule has already slipped my @#$%&! mind)
SingingMagnolia (6 years ago)
Is there a button so I can like all of your videos at once? :)
EveSecret (6 years ago)
It wasn't clear in 2:54
rahil savani (6 years ago)
7 people failed calculus
frisbeedude1121 (6 years ago)
the main point is that he factors in his head
frisbeedude1121 (6 years ago)
What he did is at 2:01 he factors out an (x^3 + 5x)^9 because you get it in two of the expressions. he also factors out a 2 from the 10 in the beginning and the 2x in the end. he ALSO factors out an x from the x^2 in the very beginning and an x from the 2x in the end. so all of this is done mentally. so after all that he has an 2x(x^3 + 5x)^9 (which are what he factored out), time the rest, which is x5(3x^2 + 5) + (x^3 + 5x). sorry, a confusing and possibly impossible to understand answer, but
xMikeyy17x (6 years ago)
at 2:20 , how did he get a 5x?
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BodieSkate (8 years ago)
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onetimeuse12 (8 years ago)
thanks... my book hasn't done E and cos and tan.. but otherwise, pretty solid stuff...
Woad_Brah (8 years ago)
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Keith Lin Junyong (9 years ago)
he keep changing shirt during his video? LOL
Justin (9 years ago)
no he didn't... the 5x is in the brackets. He just took the 2x out completely
Tim Saunders (9 years ago)
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omogaju (9 years ago)
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Mitch Harrison (9 years ago)
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André Pereira (9 years ago)
its the derivitave of the frist x(square) = 2x
YoManila (9 years ago)
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Zekian (9 years ago)
Because product rule states d/dx(UV) = V(du/dx) + U(dv/dx) or written better as VU' + UV'
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johnpeter murekezi (9 years ago)
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Cihan S (9 years ago)
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Eric Gao (9 years ago)
Thank you so much! My teacher at school cannot teach at all! I finally understand how to do questions similar to the first example now.
ziolp (9 years ago)
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Elias O (10 years ago)
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kyle ksmooth (10 years ago)
can anybody get this one? i've been stuck on it for at least 45 minutes x(2-x^2)^1/2 the answer in my book is (2-2x^2)/(2-x^2)^1/2 and I havn't been able to get it yet
Rosanella di-Costanzo (10 years ago)
Thank you for your excellent lecture. The Chain Rule has been driving me bonkers, but I think I'm beginning to see where the 'outside' and the 'inside' functions are to calculate the lot. I'm still struggling a bit with functions that have e or ln involved. I guess I'll get there in the end. Rosanella :-)
MathTV (10 years ago)
If you leave (x+3) in the denominator, the exponent will be 3/2. It all depends on whether you want positive exponents only, or not.
Stephani Alves (10 years ago)
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Alya Rami (10 years ago)
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redricola (10 years ago)
i didn't catch how you get 5x in 2:23
LTF85199 (10 years ago)
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WitherDark (10 years ago)
Thanks a million! This stuff seemed so impossible just minutes ago! I get it now. Thank you thank you thank you!
RySnow (11 years ago)
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CalculoTV (11 years ago)
Excelente video. Muchas gracias. Puedes colocar ejercicios de límites con forma indeterminada (0/0). Gracias.

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