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    Is there any eay way to remember rules for finding derivatives?

    such as the quotient rule, etc?
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    "Practice, practice, practice!"

    Seriously: Make flash cards and quiz yourself, do loads of extra homework problems, turn the rules into songs, etc. Whatever form of "practice" works best for you, use that method to drill the info into your noggin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stapel View Post
    "Practice, practice, practice!"

    Seriously: Make flash cards and quiz yourself, do loads of extra homework problems, turn the rules into songs, etc. Whatever form of "practice" works best for you, use that method to drill the info into your noggin.

    Dang! You stole my answer.
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