## Product Rule

The product rule is a formal rule to find the derivatives of products of two or more functions. In Leibniz’s notation we can express it as OR In Lagrange’s notation …

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# Aryan Thakur

## Product Rule

## Cyclic Quadrilaterals

## Endosperm

## Leibniz Rule

## Hyperbola vs Parabola

## De Moivre’s Theorem

## Critical Point

## Quotient Rule

## Amphoteric Oxides

## L Hospital’s Rule

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I’m Aryan Thakur, studying IMSc Mathematical Sciences (2nd year) at College for integrated studies, University Of Hyderabad.

The product rule is a formal rule to find the derivatives of products of two or more functions. In Leibniz’s notation we can express it as OR In Lagrange’s notation …

Cyclic quadrilaterals (In Euclidean geometry) are closed quadrilateral whose all vertices lie on a single circle. This circle is called the circumscribed circle or circumcircle, and the vertices are said …

The endosperm is a tissue produced inside the seeds of the flowering plants, followed by double fertilization. It is triploid in most species. It surrounds the embryo and provides nutrition …

Leibniz Rule is the rule defined for derivative of the antiderivative. As per the Leibniz rule, the derivative on the order of the product of two functions can be expressed with …

Hyperbola vs Parabola is an interesting difference to study in geometry. Let us first see a few lines about these two curves and then go deep into hyperbola vs parabola. …

De Moivre’s Theorem in complex numbers, states that: For all and \({(\cos \ x + i \sin \ x)}^n = \cos \ nx + i \sin \ nx\) where, \(i …

A critical point or critical state is the endpoint of the phase equilibrium curve. It is the highest temperature and pressure at which a pure substance can exist in vapour/liquid …

The quotient rule is a fundamental rule in differential calculus. It is one of the basic, simple and widely used rule to differentiate equations. This rule is used to differentiate …

The term “Amphoteric” is derived from the Greek word amphoteroi (ἀμφότεροι), which means “both”. Amphoteric oxides are oxides of elements (usually metals) that show amphoteric behaviour. Amphoterism or amphoteric behaviour …

L’Hospital’s Rule or L’Hôpital’s Rule (pronunciation lopeetaal rule), is a rule employed in calculation of limits of indeterminate forms . It is named after the French mathematician Guillaume de l’hospital …