Linearity - c , but the derivative yields a complex number....

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Linearity Product rule Reciprocal rule Quotient rule Chain rule Derivative of inverse function for any differentiable function f of a real argument and with real values, when the indicated compositions and inverses exist. Generalized power rule [ edit ] Derivatives of simple functions
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[ edit ] Derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions note that the equation above is true for all
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Unformatted text preview: c , but the derivative yields a complex number. the equation above is also true for all c but yields a complex number. [ edit ] Derivatives of trigonometric functions For more details on this topic, see Differentiation of trigonometric functions . [ edit ] Derivatives of hyperbolic functions...
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