anonymous
  • anonymous
Pl. describe the chain rule. When does one use it?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
when you where taking derivative of this d/dx sin(2x) answer would be 2cos(2x) when you have a function inside another you use chain rule, In our example 2x was inside sin(). So we can derivative of whole function then inside function
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you were to take derivative of this d/dx sin(2x) answer would be 2cos(2x) when you have a function inside another you use chain rule, In our example 2x was inside sin(). So we can derivative of whole function then inside function

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