The product rule is a rule of differentiation which states that for a differentiable function uv:


In prime notation:


In the case of three terms multiplied together, the rule becomes


One of the most common differentiation rules used for functions of combination, it is also very simple to apply. For instance, consider the function f(x)=x\sin(x) . The derivative is easily found:


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