I recently just took a Derivative Mastery Test...and although i passed, there was one problem that just stumped me and i could use some help so i dont make this mistake again.
Here's the problem:
Find Derivative of Arcsin(tan(3x^2))
and thats it...
Please and Thank you if you can give me a run through
A run through:
Let's say your f(x) = g(h(q(x)))
With the chain rule it would be g'(h(q(x))) times h'(q(x)) times q'(x)
Then it's like what scorpion posted,
remember derivative of arcsin x =