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Determine the following derivatives with help of the chain rule, maybe applied several times. In each case, write down the inner and outer functions used. c) \[h(x)=f(ax^{2}+b)\] for constant \[a, b\]

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\[h'(x)=f'(ax ^{2}+b)2ax\]
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ok thank you very much
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hmmm sry but is your name timmy
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myko solved it ,so what's you looking for ?
no i want to be sure if you have also same solution, tomorrow i gonna write exam
and this is possible question may come on exam
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