Leibniz rule

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In mathematics, the Leibniz rule is a rule for applying the nth power of a differential operator to a product function (differentiating n times the product function).

Let f(x) and g(x) be n times differentiable functions of x. Then Leibniz's rule states the following


is a binomial coefficient.