Or better yet, the OOO for derivates with multiple steps. here is my example:
(5x-5)^2(4-x^3)^4
But what happens if I have to use the chain rule, product rule, and the quotient rule? What order do I do them in? Say I had the same problem but slightly altered:
[(5x-5)^2(4-x^3)^4]/3x
Thanks in advance!
So for the second equation I wrote, I use the quotient rule first, then the chain rule, then the product rule? Or quotient, product, then chain? The other guy who answered left out chain which I think needs to be used, but correct me if I am wrong.
Thanks for the help!
1. To differentiate [(5x-5)^2(4-x^3)^4]/3x you should start with the quotient rule.
2. To get the derivative of the numerator you should use the product rule.
3. To get the derivative of each member of the product you might need to use the chain rule.
That is the logical order I would do things in.