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I feel lost because I think I suck at the chain rule and related rates. I just need a way to clarify basics, simply tricks and procedures.

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  1. anonymous
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    chain rule is something you should master because you will use it over and over and over again throughout your math career

  2. anonymous
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    check out this

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kScLENCXLg

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    he's pretty good at explaining things in a clear and concise manner

  5. anonymous
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    i had a hard time with related rates as well. patrickjmt has some good vid's on it as well

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zq7g1nc2MJ8

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    Thank you

  8. anonymous
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    you really just need to get u substitution down for the chain rule. you will use "chain rule" - u substitution in cal 2, cal 3 differential cal. Spend the time to really understand it

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    related rates... eh.. just do enough so that you can do well on the test :0 you won't see that much optimization in the future, so don't fret about that.

  10. anonymous
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    no problem

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