Derivative Rules - Proof of the Quotient Rule

in MES Science4 months ago (edited)

In this video I prove the Quotient rule for derivatives in which you have a function divided by another function. Later I will prove the chain rule and from there you would not have to memorize this equation and just calculate all derivatives using the product and chain rules.

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