## Differentiability- 2 variables Calculus

The question:

Let f(x,y) be a differentiable function at (0,0) that satisfies f(0,0)=0.
Let $\displaystyle \phi(t)$ be a differentiable function at t=0 that satisfies:
$\displaystyle \phi(0)=0,\phi ' (0)=1$ and let $\displaystyle g(x,y)=\phi(f(x,y))$.

Prove g is differentiable at (0,0) and that $\displaystyle g_{x}(0,0)=f_{x}(0,0)$.

My try:
We know the two functions are differentiable at (0,0) , hence:
$\displaystyle \phi (\Delta x) = \Delta x + o(| \Delta x | )$ and:
$\displaystyle f(\Delta x, \Delta y) =a\Delta x + b\Delta y+ o(||(\Delta x, \Delta y) || )$
So:
$\displaystyle g(\Delta x, \Delta y) = \phi(a\Delta x + b\Delta y+ o(||(\Delta x, \Delta y) || ) )$

From that point I'm pretty stuck...I can't understand how to continue solving the question...

I'll be delighted to get some guidance

Thanks !