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AP Calculus AB

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Friday, November 11, 2005

Product and Quotient Rule Homework

As promised in class, your homework this weekend is online.

We'll begin with this combination quiz and review of the product and quotient rules. The page is a little long but make certain you work through ALL the examples and exercises.

Sarah continues to do excellent work on her blog. Part of your homework this weekend is to visit her blog and work through the first 4 movie links. You can also watch the Chain Rule movie to get a preview of what we're doing next week.

Then you can take this quiz. Actually there are two quizzes on this page, you only have to do quiz 1 questions number 1 through 6. The other questions involve derivatives of the natural logarithm function and composites of functions. We'll be covering these topics next week -- so you can come back to this quiz then.

Lastly, take this quiz on the product and quotient rules. There are twelve questions -- you have to do the first eleven. If you watch the video over at Sarah's blog on the chain rule you'll be able to do the twelfth question as well. You'll come across some notation you're not familiar with in this quiz in 1 or 2 questions. You can click on the answer link to learn how it's used and what it means.

Have a great weekend!

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