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    Leibniz Rule for Directional Derivatives

    Show the following Leibniz Rule for directional derivatives holds.
    Given v ∈ T_p(M) we have v[fg]=v[f]g(p)+f(p)v[g]
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    Re: Leibniz Rule for Directional Derivatives

     v(fg)=\frac{d}{dt}\bigg\vert_0(fg)(\gamma(t)) = \ldots
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