# Dictionary:Leibnitz rule

(līb’ nits) A formula for the *n*^{th} derivative of the product of two functions *f* and *g*:

where . Named for Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz (1646–1716), German mathematician.

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(līb’ nits) A formula for the *n*^{th} derivative of the product of two functions *f* and *g*:

where $[n:k]={\frac {n!}{[n-k!]k!}}$. Named for Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz (1646–1716), German mathematician.

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