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Differentiation – Rules

Differentiation – Rules Product Rule of Differentiation: The derivative of the product of two functions . = (First Function) x (Derivative of Second Function) + (Second Function) x (Derivative of First Function) Quotient Rule of Differentiation: The derivative of the quotient of two functions . . Derivative of a Function: (Chain Rule) If y is Read more about Differentiation – Rules[…]

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Limits, Continuity and Differentiability – Standard Results on Limits

Limits, Continuity and Differentiability – Standard Results on Limits To evaluate trigonometric limits, reduce the terms of the function in terms of sinθ and cosθ. Remove the positive and negative signs in between two terms i.e., express the function in product form. Arrange terms and take help of the following standard results. Trigonometric Limits: i) Read more about Limits, Continuity and Differentiability – Standard Results on Limits[…]

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Limits, Continuity and Differentiability – Method of Rationalization

Limits, Continuity and Differentiability – Method of Rationalization Rationalization method is used when, we have radical signs in an expression (like ½, ⅓ etc) and there exists a negative sign between two terms of an algebraic expression. After rationalization, the terms are factorized which on cancellation gives the required result. Example: is equal to Solution: Read more about Limits, Continuity and Differentiability – Method of Rationalization[…]

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Differential Equations Reducible to Variable Separable Method

Differential Equations Reducible to Variable Separable Method Differential equation of the first order cannot be solved directly by variable separable method. But by some substitution, we can reduce it to a differential equation with separable variable. Let the differential equation is of the form , Can be reduced to variable separable form by the substitution Read more about Differential Equations Reducible to Variable Separable Method[…]