**The derivative of Algebraic Functions**

If you could still remember your first derivative from the previous topic on functions, this is the follow-up. It's a principle almost the same except that this page deals with a bit higher.

The formula goes the same, see fig. I below.

**Fig. I**

**Illustrative Examples:**

**Perform the indicated operation**.

*(Problems can be found from the book Differential and Integral Calculus by Love and Rainville).*

**Sample Problems:**

**Perform the indicated operation**.

*(Problems can be found from the book Differential and Integral Calculus by Love and Rainville).*

**Seatwork with a partial solution.**

**Perform the indicated operation**.

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**QUIZ**

**Find the first derivative by performing the indicated operation**.

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