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how to find derivative using CHAIN RULE

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how do you find for x?
Arent we suppose to find dy/dx
sorry my notation is horrible, never write it like that
|dw:1349541440729:dw| Err this is kinda the same thing jaersyn is saying i guess :) Sorry bout the overlap
lol idk whats going on....
zepdrix is technically more correct, study his picture
Prime notation is probably not good to use in these problems, but I just make a note to myself that EVERYTHING is being differentiated with respect to X, and it makes everything ok :3
MMk now we're overloading her with pictures XD lolol
chain rule is basically taking the derivative of the whole function then adding the derivative of the inside function, in this case x^2+2x
Did u find dy/dx interms of u and x?

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