B.D.S.McConnell <email@example.com> wrote: >Hello ... > > To the Tune of "The Barney Song" > > Vee-dee-you (plus) You-dee-vee; > That's the "dee" of You-times-Vee. > So remember when the Product Rule you do: > DON'T you say dee-vee dee-you! >Don
I am reminded of the first part of the, wossit, MIT cheer?
E-to-the-u, du dx E-to-the-x dx! Cosine Tangent Secant Sine Three-point-one-four-one-five-nine! &c &c....
One of my math buddies learned a similar poem for the quotient rule when she was in high school. I forget it -- I may email her -- but I know it begins with...
If the derivative you need to know, It's low-dee-high less high-dee-low.
Anyone else learn this one?
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