The tables you put in tend to make everything too easy. A few of them I did not even know! Had to derive them by the chain rule to convince myself they were true. Can't wait to see your page on the chain rule!

]]>Bob: thank you, those changes will make it better for sure!

]]>Some people use f' for df/dx

The double diff is f''

etc etc.

Bob

]]>All of the examples contain that notation...

]]>How is f'(sin(x)) the derivative of the sine function?

Where on the page did you find this, please?

Bob

]]>How is f'(sin(x)) the derivative of the sine function?

]]>Very good. I have the following suggestions (in red.... I seem to have lost the super and subscripts.) :

(1) Derivative Rules

Logarithms loga x 1 / (ln a)x 1/(xln a)

(2) Example: What is (sin(x2))' ?

sin(x2) is made up of sin() and x2:

f(x) = sin(x) f(g) = sin(g)

g(x) = x2

(3) Example: What is (1/sin(x)) ?

1/sin(x) is made up of 1/x and sin():

f(x) = 1/x f(g) = 1/g

g(x) = sin(x)

What do you think?

Bob

]]>I did not find any errors in the examples. Looks good from here.

]]>Lots of examples, possible errors (let me know!)

Also if you have any bright ideas on how to make it better.

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