In this quotient rules worksheet, 11th graders solve and complete 18 various types of problems. First, they find the derivative of each function listed. Then, students use no negative exponents to write their answers in simplified form.
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New Review Integer Exponents
Fold, fold, and fold some more. In the first installment of a 35-part module, young mathematicians fold a piece of paper in half until it can not be folded any more. They use the results of this activity to develop functions for the area...
9th - 12th Math CCSS: Designed
Zero, Negative, And Fractional Exponents
The equations get a little more complicated in this video, where Sal works through several problems involving negative and fractional exponents, as well as integers to the zero power. Though the problems look tough, Sal demonstrates the...
4 mins 7th - 11th Math
Proof: A(logB) = log (B^A), log A - log B = log (A/B)
Here the proofs for two logarithm properties are shown. First, the Power Property of Logarithms is proved using the definition of a logarithm and the rules of exponents and then, the Quotient Property is proved is a similar fashion.
8 mins 9th - 12th Math
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