DIFFERENTIATION                                                                               INTEGRATION

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 Function Derivative Function Integral                                    Note: Calculus involving trig functions assumes you are working in RADIANS                    similarly for cos and tan similarly for sin and sec2 Product Rule  Integration by parts  Quotient Rule  Use double angle formula  Parametric differentiation  Use double angle formula  Chain Rule Method of substitution: 1. substitute for dx in terms of du 2. substitute for x in terms of u 3. change limits to u Always look for simplifications before the next stage. Useful Relation General method: 1.  Is it a standard integral? 2.  Is it a reverse chain rule?(can you spot a function and its derivative?) 3. Can you split it up into two or more easier integrals? e.g. . 4 Can you use partial fractions? 5. Can you use a trig formula? 6. Can you do it by parts? 7. Can you use a substitution? More than one method may work; which is the easiest?

Warning: You cannot differentiate or integrate the parts of a product or quotient separately: consider multiplying or dividing out first or using another method.