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- *78* Questions!
- *COMPLETE* Solutions!
If you want to move on to more complex mathematics, you need to get certain topics out of working memory. This is my goal in all of my worksheets - to help students learn a particular techniques or topics to the point where it's automatic and they don't have to think about it, so that they can achieve more on the advanced topics.
This is a worksheet that covers one topic - the chain rule in differential Calculus - and contains *78* questions that very in difficulty, with *complete solutions*. This is a terrific resource for students who will be tested on performing the algorithm of differentiating composition of two functions. There are enough questions here that they can do as many as they need to in order to get the process down.
Specifically, this worksheet:
INCLUDES: Logs (of various bases), Exponentials (of various bases)
DOES NOT INCLUDE: Trigonometry of any type (no sin, cos, tan, csc, sec, or cot)
This is also a great tool for teachers. Going into a class and need some good examples to go over? Just pull out this sheet, rather than trying to make one up on the spot. Also great to give to TAs to do the same with students in lab scenarios.
If anything with this sheet is not exactly as you would like, just let me know, and I'll do what I can to meet your need. Enjoy!