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I'm currently learning the chain, product and quotient rules of differenentiation. Only I'm lacking some exercises. I'm looking for a website, or something that's available online with some more difficult examples of those rules combined. For example things like this:

Find the derivative of: $$\ln\frac{(x+1)^2}{x^2+1}$$ and stuff like: Find the derivative of: $\sin(e^x)\tan(x^2)$

I'm just lacking some of these Exercises, does anyone know a website + answers?


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These(a list of derivatives) look relevant.

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