Chain rule
Chain rule
Chain Rule appears everywhere in the world of differential calculus. Whenever we are finding the derivative of a function, be it a composite function or not, we are in fact using the Chain Rule. In this section, we will learn about the concept, the definition and the application of the Chain Rule, as well as a secret trick – "The Bracket Technique".
Lessons
Notes:
Chain Rule
if: $y = \;f\left( {\;\;\;\;\;\;\;} \right)$
then: $\frac{{dy}}{{{d}x}} = f'\left( {\;\;\;\;\;\;\;} \right)\cdot\frac{{d}}{{{d}x}}\left( {\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;} \right)$
Differential Rules

3.
Differentiate: Rational Functions

4.
Differentiate: Radical Functions

5.
Differentiate: Trigonometric Functions

6.
Differentiate: Exponential Functions

7.
Differentiate: Logarithmic Functions