I know this is how to differentiate a funtion consisting of two terms:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]f(x)=xy , f'(x)=x'y+y'x[/tex]

But is this how to differentiate three terms:

[tex]f(x)=xyz , f'(x)=(x'y+y'x)+(y'z+z'y)+(x'z+z'x)[/tex]

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# How to differentiate a three term function?

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