A-Maths: Differentiation Techniques 101 [video]

In this video, I use three examples to show the usage of the three differentiation techniques.

• Chain rule
• Product rule
• Quotient rule

You should be able to understand when and how to use each of the rule.

Length of video = 7 min

Do leave me a comment for any related questions.

I have also created a video to show how I solve a question on 'Finding stationary value'. It is available here. [Length of video = 6 min]

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2 Responses to A-Maths: Differentiation Techniques 101 [video]

1. 3rnice says:

Thanks for the video, i understand it better now. Can you put up videos to explain differentiation of trigo functions too? Thanks in advance. :)