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binbagsss

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I think sometimes curriculum contains to many formulae.

E.g in calculus why is there a need for the quotient rule when there is the product rule

Does anyone agree?

Any examples for undergrad too anyone can think of?

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binbagsss

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I think sometimes curriculum contains to many formulae.

E.g in calculus why is there a need for the quotient rule when there is the product rule

Does anyone agree?

Any examples for undergrad too anyone can think of?

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binbagsss

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but you can just put it as to the power of -1?

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but you can just put it as to the power of -1?

Yeah sure, I know you can. I still find it useful as a separate formula so I don't have to do that all the time.

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