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1.1.1 Constant velocity
1.1.2 Non-constant velocity
1.2 Other rates of change
2 What is the derivative?
2.1 Tangents
2.2 The derivative: the slope of a tangent to a graph
3 How do we find derivatives (in practice)?
3.1 Derivatives of constant functions and powers
3.2 Adding, subtracting, and multiplying by a constant
3.3 The product rule
3.4 The Quotient Rule
3.5 The composite function rule (also known as the chain rule)
Rule 7 (The composite function rule (also known as the chain rule))
3.6 Derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions
3.7 Derivatives of trigonometric functions
4 What is differential calculus used for?
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Optimisation problems
4.2.1 Stationary points - the idea behind optimisation
4.2.2 Types of stationary points
4.2.3 Optimisation
6 Solutions to exercises
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Differential Calculus

Differential Calculus

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