# Book:Murray R. Spiegel/Mathematical Handbook of Formulas and Tables/Chapter 13/General Rules of Differentiation

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### General Rules of Differentiation

In the following, $u, v, w$ are functions of $x$; $a, b, c, n$ any constants, restricted if indicated; $e = 2.71828 \ldots$ is the natural base of logarithms; $\ln u$ denotes the natural logarithm of $u$ where it is assumed that $u > 0$ and all angles are in radians.