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# Product rule for 3 terms

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1. Product rule for 3 terms
Wondered if there is a way to do the product rule for 3 terms.

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Last edited by arvin_infinity; 03-06-2012 at 01:46.
2. Re: Product rule for 3 terms
Same as you do for 2 terms

u'vw + uv'w + uvw'

You can think of it as 2 terms

(u'v + uv')w + (uv)w'
3. Re: Product rule for 3 terms
Product rule for n terms: The answer will be the sum of n products. You get the n products by differentiating the kth term (k = 1, ..., n) and leaving the rest alone.

E.g.

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