Leibnitz's rule


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Leibnitz's rule

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(Mathematics) a rule for finding the derivative of the product of two functions. For a first derivative it is d(uv)/dx = udv/dx + vdu/dx
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The goal of this section is to demonstrate that, via a Green's function spectral domain approach and careful application of Leibnitz's rule, the apparent depolarizing dyads are removable for an unbounded homogeneous uniaxial anisotropic medium, leading to a mathematically and physically consistent theory.
h] in (38) and (39) are canceled via careful application of Leibnitz's rule [36,37]:
F]), with respect to L (loan) and, by applying Leibnitz's Rule gives the first order condition
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