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Originally Posted by Zanderist What does 'u' in this situation equal? or f'(x)=4sin^3xcosx the chain rule is a mere technical jargon!
Originally Posted by Zanderist What does 'u' in this situation equal? or u is always the "internal" function. Here, to evaluate you would first evaluate sin(x) then take the fourth power. If you let u= sin(x) then
I'd like to add on to this. What are the steps to:
Originally Posted by Zanderist I'd like to add on to this. What are the steps to: ... in future, start a new problem with a new thread. more examples of the chain rule ... http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kouba/CalcOneDIRECTORY/chainruledirectory/ChainRule.html
Originally Posted by Zanderist I'd like to add on to this. What are the steps to: