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I had a question about the problems sets at the end of part B, and in particular, the ones concerning chain rule and inverse trig functions. For 5A3g, I'm finding it hard understanding how they got the answer in the solutions. I am pretty rusty when it comes to working with radicals, and I'm stuck with the problem. it says: Differentiate with respect to X: arctan(x/sqrt(1x^2)). I would appreciate any guidance with this, thank you for looking!
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I had a question about the problems sets at the end of part B, and in particular, the ones concerning chain rule and inverse trig functions. For 5A3g, I'm finding it hard understanding how they got the answer in the solutions. I am pretty rusty when it comes to working with radicals, and I'm stuck with the problem. it says: Differentiate with respect to X: arctan(x/sqrt(1x^2)). I would appreciate any guidance with this, thank you for looking!
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