Single Variable Calculus
Part B: Implicit Differentiation and Inverse Functions
Session 13: Implicit Differentiation
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"Implicit Differentiation" is a way of applying the chain rule. Here it allows us to find a derivative we couldn't calculate earlier.
» Clip 1: Introduction to Implicit Differentiation (00:01:00)
» Accompanying Notes (PDF)
From Lecture 5 of 18.01 Single Variable Calculus, Fall 2006
Clip 1: Introduction to Implicit Differentiation
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» Clip 2: Implicit Differentiation: Rational Exponent Rule (00:07:00)
Clip 2: Implicit Differentiation: Rational Exponent Rule
Implicit Differentiation and the Chain Rule
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