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October 1st, 2017, 11:35 AM   #1
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Derivatives and process?

When working through derivatives, is there a general* rule that a person can follow as far as suggested sequence when working through a problem?

For example, look to see first if certain things can be done first, then second, and so on. I.e.: factoring, simplifying/canceling, various rules (power, quotient, product, chain, etc.).

*-Understanding, of course, that nothing is absolute.
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