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Differentiation notation; Second **derivative**; Third **derivative**; Change of variables; Implicit differentiation; Related rates; Taylor's theorem

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Tables **of Derivatives**. A table of the first **derivatives** of common functions and used in calculus is presented. f(x) d [f(x)] / dx x n: n x n - 1: e x: e x: ln (x) 1 ...

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Common **Derivatives and Integrals** Visit http://**tutorial.math.lamar.edu** for a complete set of Calculus I & II notes.

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In the table **below, and represent differentiable functions** of ?œ0ÐBÑ @œ1ÐBÑ B **Derivative** of a constant.-.B œ! **Derivative** of constan ..?t ( ) ...

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**Derivative** of Trigonometric Functions and their Inverses. Recall the definitions of the trigonometric functions **Derivative** of the Exponential and Logarithmic functions.

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The **derivatives** of some functions are difficult to compute directly from first principle. This table represents a partial list of such functions and their **derivatives** ...

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Math2.org **Math** Tables: **Table of Derivatives** Power of x. c = 0: x = 1: x n = n x (n-1) Proof: Exponential / Logarithmic. e x = e x Proof: b x = b x ln(b) Proof: ln(x ...

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Differentiation and **derivative**. Differentiation is the action of computing a **derivative**. The **derivative** of a function f(x) of a variable x is a measure of the rate at ...

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**Table of Derivatives**. **Derivative** Identities. Min, Max, Critical Points, Asymptotes, Concavity, Inflection, etc.