## MCV4U: The Derivatives of Functions - The Product and Quotient Rule

**Ontario Curriculum Expectation**

**3.5:**solve problems, using the product and chain rules, involving the derivatives of polynomial functions, sinusoidal functions, exponential functions, rational functions, radical functions, and other simple combinations of functions.

**Learning Goal:**students will be able to solve problems, using the product and quotient rule, involving the derivatives of polynomial functions.

**Success Criteria:**Using different assessment strategies (clickers, think - pair - share, problem solving, Smart Board) check student's learning goals.

**Accommodation**: There is extra work in the handout provided for students or peers who finish early.

ActivityIntroMinds On Activity 3- Calculation Through Experiment ConsolidationFeedback Survey |
Description- Importance of Calculus
- Sit with your elbow partner and discuss:
Is the derivative of the product the product of the derivatives? Similarly, is the derivative of the quotient the quotient of the derivatives? - Working in the same groups, use clickers for the correct answer to the Minds On Questions .- Sit with another partner and try to solve
.Activity 2 Problems- Use clickers for the correct answer. - Sit with another partner in your table.
- One of the partners will construct the steps for solving the , and the other partner will solve it, following these steps.CTE Problem- Please use the classroom
to write in words and/or pictures the Product Rule and Quotient Rule. Be Creative!PadletPlease fill in the
Feedback Thank You.Survey on Math Course. |
Time3 minutes 1 minute 6 minutes 10 minutes 10 minutes 10 minutes 5 minutes 5 minutes |