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The Quotient Rule
If
and
are both differentiable at
and
, then the derivative of their quotient at
is given by the quotient rule shown above. On the graph,
is blue,
is red,
is purple, and the derivative of
is thick purple.
Contributed by:
Chris Boucher
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