Simplify Expressions With Power Rule And Quotient Rule Worksheet

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In calculus, quotient rule is a type of method that is used to differentiate a function that is given in the form of division of two differentiable functions. The quotient rule enables you to differentiate the division of quotients or functions. On the other hand, when an algebraic expression with power needs to be differentiated, power rule is used. 

Grade 8

Teaching Simplifying Expression with Power and Quotient Rule Easily 


  • Always try to determine the expression. Whether, it needs to be differentiated using quotient rule or power rule 
  • Then, use the formula accordingly. For example, Quotient Rule =  f'(x) = [u(x)/v(x)]' = [v(x) × u'(x) - u(x) × v'(x)]/[v(x)]2
  • Lastly, Simplify the equation. 


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