Leibnitz's rule


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Leibnitz's rule

[′līb‚nit·səz ‚rül]
(mathematics)
A formula to compute the n th derivative of the product of two functions ƒ and g :
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Thus, the integrals in (69) must be separated into two continuously differentiable subintervals [a, z) and (z,b] to ensure (60)-(61) adhere to the requirements of Leibnitz's rule, leading to
It is critical to observe in (70) that the limits of integration involving the terms z - [delta] and z + [delta] are now functions of the variable z, and thus great care must be taken when applying Leibnitz's rule.
5) with respect to L and applying Leibnitz's Rule results in (2.
1) with respect to L and using Leibnitz's Rule results in the following: