Differentiating with the Quotient Rule


Take a look at these pre-made differentiation examples first.
Then get your own free derivatives instantly!


example 1
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This is what you would input:

x / (1 + sin[x])


example 2
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This is what you would input:

x^2 / (1+ cos[x])


example 3
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This is what you would input:

x^3 / (1+ exp[x])


example 4
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This is what you would input:

x^4 / (1 + tan[x])


example 5
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This is what you would input:

x^5 / log[x]


example 6
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This is what you would input:

x^6 / (1 + sec[x])


example 7
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This is what you would input:

x^6 / (1 + sinh[x])


example 8
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This is what you would input:

sqrt[1 - x^2] / arcsin[x]


example 9
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This is what you would input:

(1 + x^2) / arctan[x]


example 10
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This is what you would input:

x^6 / arcsech[x]


example 11
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This is what you would input:

x sin[x] / arcsin[x]


example 12
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This is what you would input:

x e^x / log[x]



Converted by Mathematica      February 20, 2000