http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series you will learn how to take the derivative of a function. We will first look at the definition of a derivative by identifying the slope of a line to a curve and using the limit definiton of a derivative to evaluate. Once we have an understanding of a derivative we will learn how to take the derivative of a function using mulitple rules such as sum and difference, product, quotient and chain rule. We will go over polynomials, trigonometric functions, rational functions, transcendentals(exponential and logarithmic) and piecewise. Once we have master the basic rules it will now be time to derive equations implicitly and solve related rates word problems.
y = (4t^2)/5
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