If u=f(x,y) where x=(e^s)(cos(t)) and y=(e^s)(sin(t)), show that (du/dx)^2 + (du/dy)^2 = (e^(-2s))((du/ds)^2+(du/dt)^2))

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pretty complicated chain rule problem, i'd really appreciate some help on this one

what do you mean (du/dx)^2
is that the second derivative ?

no, its the square of du/dx

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