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Using the power rule to differentiate fractions with variables in the denominator. First of two videos on this topic.

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Using the power rule to differentiate fractions with variables in the denominator. First of two videos on this topic.

Using The Power Rule To Differentiate Fractions.wmv

#Power #Rule #Differentiate #Fractionswmv

3 Lectures on this and I had no idea… one 10 minute video and it's all clear! Can you pls move to Australia and teach my maths units lol

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Thank you for your video. This will surely help with my Public Sector Economics exam for externality questions

Very clear and concise

u just made my day!!!!!

really good video!thank you

im talking about functions with x on top, this is crap

Still use it to this day xD

I Know this is late But this is the best thing i have ever seen. Thank you so much Mr Kaplan. you managed to describe this in a way that my teacher never could. I understand it now. Thank you so so much.

Thank you! This just made my day 😀

Amazing thank you:)

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YOU ARE SO GREAT- THANK YOU- If you are ever in the UK please drop in for a cup of tea-

cheers mate very useful

and if the x component is the numerator?

do some with a variable as the numerator like 9x over x cubed

DR. KAPLAN: THANK YOU FOR YOUR GREAT EXPLANATION OF USING THE POWER RULE TO DIFFERENTIATE COMPLEX FRACTIONS AS WELL AS YOUR GENEROSITY OF MANY DIFFERENT TYPES OF PROBLEM EXAMPLES. I APPRECIATE YOUR EXTREMELY HELPFUL EXPLANATIONS FOR EACH OF YOUR GIVEN FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIATION. THE e derivative problems are very useful and helpful to me. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!! MAY YOU HAVE EXCELLENT HEALTH AND HAPPINESS AS WELL!!!!!!

ur amazing sir!

helpful.. thank you..

Really good video! This way is much easier than using the division [(a'*b-a*b')/b^2] and multiplication [a'*b+a*b']methods that i learned at school!

I can smell the sharpie through my screen

very helpful thanks

very useful!!! kudos!!!

You are great sir..

So useful, thank you!

thanks nigga

How do I solve d/dx (y/x) ?

Thanks! Very clear and helpful

Thank you, helped me solved one of my biggest confusion

ThankYou.wmv

tnx bro😍😍

Thank you! Your video did help. I need step by step for every equation. Do you have examples of different set ups, like I'm having trouble finding one for v/v+a/v and for e^x/x, (1,e) I know they are worked differently from each other. Do you, or can you, make videos for all the different combos? It would help me SO much and you make it a lot easier to understand!

was very helpful

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THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!! love the way it's explained!!!

thnks it made my day

thanks brotha

Very helpful, thank you!!

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very useful great vids thanks

This vid is great, it really helped me

What if x is numerator?

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Really good thx

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