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In this activity your students practice using the product rule and quotient rule before the chain rule. This unit is from Derivatives, usually in Unit 3. It is designed for College Calculus 1, AP Calculus AB, BC or Honors Calculus.
✓ 18 cards Task Cards
two plus blank cards for you to personalize.
Questions include finding the derivatives of the product and quotient of polynomials, the six trigonometric functions sqrt x, and e^x, This set does not include logarithmic functions, but you could include them with the blank cards. The questions also include applications of the derivative such as finding tangent lines
✓ Master List of questions
with answer key included. The same Questions are also included in a worksheet format. For example, you could use 1 - 12 as a Task Cards Activity and 11 - 18 for Homework.
✓ Student response sheets
with room for students to show their work.
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