Several high quality resources are available online to help you practise your differentiation.

**Resources**

The **mathcentre** site includes extensive resources. The **quick reference leaflets** which are available on numerous topics are very clearly written and succinct. There are also teach yourself booklets, revision booklets, videos and diagnostic tests.

**Math Centre – Product Rule ****Math Centre – Quotient Rule ****MathCentre – Chain Rule**

or for the resources structured as a course try **Mathtutor. **

Plymouth University have an **excellent series of workbooks** with examples and exercises, note the dropdown menus for each topic. Try this on the **Product and Quotient Rules **or this on** The Chain Rule**.**
**Note the use of colour to make the examples clear. The example illustrated shows the quotient rule being used to differentiate tan x (with respect to x).

You can always check your work on WolframAlpha: (**More on WolframAlpha**)

…or try **Symbolab.**