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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This circuit contains 20 problems which emphasize product and quotient rules. Students must also know the power rule and the derivatives of sine and cosine (but not the other four trig functions... they will derive these as they go thro

This is a challenging and fun activity/game providing practice over the product & quotient rule of exponents. The game is played in 5 rounds with 4 players. The players are given 4 answers per round on the student recording sheet. For each round they are given 12 questions - either a product or

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Activities Bundle

This is a packet that students can use to practice the product and quotient rule.
This packet contains:
-- a product rule worksheet
-- a quotient rule worksheet
-- a product and quotient rule graphic organizer
Each worksheet contains 7 problems.
I print out a copy of the graphic organizer and ha

Also included in: Calculus Bundle-First Semester- Limits, Derivatives, Applications of Derivatives

This document includes 10 practice problems involving the Product Rule and Quotient Rule. It can be used at 10 different stations or you could use it the way that I did. I made two copies of each problem, placed them in SmartPals (or you could laminate them) and set them in the front of my classro

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This worksheet is designed to be the follow up to my Product and Quotient Rule Derivatives Worksheet (Day 1). This worksheet would work well for any class covering these derivative rules.
The answer key has all work shown.

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This is the seventh lesson in a thirteen-lesson unit on Differentiation for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus. Every lesson includes
✎ A set of Guided Student Notes
✎ A daily homework assignment
✎ Four forms of a daily homework quiz or exit ticket

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Also included in: Calculus: Differentiation Bundled Unit

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This worksheet is designed to be the first worksheet after a lesson on Product and Quotient Rule.
The answer key has all work shown.

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This is a 6 question quiz designed to access students ability to apply the product and quotient rules to derivatives. It also includes a derivative of one of the 6 trigonometric functions. This quiz contains no chain rule.

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This is a simple worksheet of 26 practice problems for computing derivatives with the sum/difference, power, product, and quotient rules. Solutions to each problem are worked out in detail.

This lesson introduces the rules for differentiating the product of two functions and the quotient of two functions. In addition, the Power Rule is expanded to include negative exponents. This lesson not only gives practice in differentiating functions using the rules, but also in applying the rul

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2.4 Product and Quotient Rules
This is the fourth lesson in the Derivatives Unit. The lesson contains Guided Notes, homework, SmartBoard lesson, and all solutions. Don’t forget the added bonus of a math joke embedded into the Smartboard lesson ☺! You may have also opted to purchase the video lesson

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This resource contains total of 32 problems. Students will practice differentiation of common functions using the product and quotient rules ( they don’t need to apply the chain rule). The packet has 3 worksheets: ⟐ The first worksheet has the students finding the first derivatives of 16 functions

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This activity combines socializing with working product rule and quotient rule problems, so both you and your students will be happy! The students will form two circles, inner and outer, and will be combining expressions to practice the product rule and the quotient rule. When they hear the music

This is a basic powerpoint showing how to take derivatives using the power rule (6 examples), the product rule (1 example), and the quotient rule (1 example).
All answers are provided with the examples.
This leaves a lot of room and time open for students or the teacher to create their own problem

In this document, we provide two important calculus proofs - The product rule and quotient rule.
Teachers and students alike will appreciate these two proofs. A serious mathematician is always interested in why certain theorems or rules work. Quoting them is not enough. To be able to prove them is

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This engaging puzzle is made up of 31 problems that require students to use the product, power, quotient and mixed rules to simplify the expressions. Negative and zero exponents are used in this puzzle.
The downloaded worksheet does not include the colorful border. Click on the preview to see a fe

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This power point lesson teaches calculus product and quotient rules. Guided practice and examples are provided for students.

This is topic 13 in my AP Calculus curriculum. This PowerPoint guides students through how to apply the product and quotient rules in order to find derivatives of certain functions. You may either have students go through the PowerPoint on their own or you may do it as a whole class. It is best used

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These notes correspond with my Product and Quotient Rules Power Point. Students may follow along as you go through the power point and make their own notes. This hopefully saves time and allows students to focus more on the concept rather than trying to get everything written down.

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Students will practice simplifying exponents using the product and quotient rule. Their answers will instruct student on how they should color in the given picture of Dorothy and pals.

Scaffolded notes, as well as corresponding warm-ups. Please let me know if you have any questions! Enjoy!

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A great way to get your students out of their seats and interacting with one another! Each student receives a Human BINGO card and an answer card.To win they must find 5 answers in a row: 5 across, 5 down, or 5 diagonal.They must write the answer along with the person who had it in the space.First

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This self checking worksheet requires the student to know when to use the product rule and when to use the quotient rule. The functions have rational exponents requiring the student to factor out a GCF which has a rational exponent. My students found these problems challenging. Upon completion, t

Included is a pre and post fluency quiz for the Product and Quotient Rules of Exponents. Students will complete as many problems in Round 1 as they can in the given amount of time, then will have another chance to improve after instruction in Round 2. These can be used as pre and post unit assessmen

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