Skip to navigation
Skip to content
© 2015 Shmoop University, Inc. All rights reserved.
We Speak Student
Register
Login
Cart: 0 ($0.00)
Toggle navigation
Test Prep
Learning Guides
College
Careers
Video
Study Tools
Teachers
Courses
All of Shmoop
Literature
Poetry
Shakespeare
Bible
Famous Quotes
Mythology
Bestsellers
Music
PreAlgebra
Algebra
Algebra II
Geometry
PreCalculus
Calculus
Biology
Chemistry
US History
Civics
Economics
Biography
Dr. Seuss
Driver's Ed
Financial Literacy
Literary Criticism
Shakespeare Quotes
CHECK OUT SHMOOP'S FREE STUDY TOOLS:
Essay Lab

Math Shack

Videos
Computing Derivatives
Home
/
Calculus
/
Computing Derivatives
/
Module Quizzes
/
Embrace Your Inner Calculator Quiz
Cite This Page
×
Close
Cite This Source
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Intro
Topics
Examples
Exercises
Quizzes
What's in a Slope?
Embrace Your Inner Calculator
True or False
Flashcards
The Rules of the Game
Terms
Handouts
Best of the Web
Computing Derivatives: Embrace Your Inner Calculator True or False
1.
Let
f
(
x
) = 4
g
(
x
). If
g'
(
x
) = 2
x
, what is the derivative of
f
(
x
)?
>
f'
(
x
) = 2
x
True
False
2.
Which of the following expressions is not equivalent to the others? >
(log
_{3}
x
)
^{2}
True
False
3.
Find the derivative of
f
(
x
) = log
_{7}
x
+ 7
^{x}
. >
True
False
4.
Find the derivative of
f
(
x
) = log
_{3 }
x
cos
x
. >
True
False
5.
The "product rule" states that the derivative of the function
f
×
g
is >
f'g
+
fg'
True
False
6.
Find the derivative of
f
(
x
) = sin
x
cos
x
.
>
sin
^{2}
x
True
False
7.
The "quotient rule" states that the derivative of the function
is equal to
>
True
False
8.
Find the derivative of the function
>
True
False
9.
The derivative of cot
x
is
>
csc
^{2}
x
True
False
10.
Finding the derivative of the function
without rewriting the function first, requires
> one use of the product rule and two uses of the quotient rule
True
False
Submit
Advertisement
Noodle's College Search
Noodle's College Search
Advertisement
Advertisement
Logging out…