and , find when How would I start this question? Greatly appreciate the help!
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Use the Chain's Rule to and substitute . Fernando Revilla
Originally Posted by FernandoRevilla Use the Chain's Rule to and substitute . Fernando Revilla Substitute in the derivative of ?
Answer in the back of the book is . I'm not sure where to begin.
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Originally Posted by FernandoRevilla Substitute . Fernando Revilla I'm not sure if I understand how works. Is ? If so, where do we use the information?
Originally Posted by youngb11 I'm not sure if I understand how f'(\sqrt{x^2+9}) works. Fernando Revilla