Math Test 2 Review

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Math Test 2 Review 1. Use product rule: (blah-blah)(blah-blah) 4 : Leave first, take derive of 2 nd + Deriv 1 st , leave 2 nd 2. Use quotient rule: (blah=1 st )/(blah=2 nd ) : (Take 1 st , leave 2 nd – Leave 1 st , take 2 nd ) (2 nd ) 2 3. For implicit: Take derivative of both sides with respect to x so take the real derivative of the x’s and whenever take derive of y leave behind a y’ too. 4. To find equation of tangent line to the graph whose line is, need to take the x-cord they give u and put it back into the equation to solve for y. Then take the implicit deriv of the equation and solve for y’. Plug in your coordinates and what you get is slope which you put back into point slope equation and solve for y. 5. If big function whose function is a little function, and asked for when the derive of big function at c, if the little function’s derive at some number is another number. Take the little function and plug into it c and then use that value to evaluate the derivative of the
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