Hey there, I've got a question thats been bugging me for ages...I have no idea how to start it! Differentiate tan(arcsin (1-x^2)^1/2) Any help will be appreciated, thanks!
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Do you know the chain rule?
yes, but I dont see how I can use that here...
Let , and then, if necessary, let and use the chain rule twice.
So I would get something like f'(x)sec^2(f(x)) with f(x) being arcsin(1-x^2)^1/2 ?
Originally Posted by maths13 So I would get something like f'(x)sec^2(f(x)) with f(x) being arcsin(1-x^2)^1/2 ? Yeah.
Another approach might be to use: Then use the chain rule from there...
Last edited by MarkFL; December 24th 2011 at 11:06 AM.
Originally Posted by maths13 Hey there, I've got a question thats been bugging me for ages...I have no idea how to start it! Differentiate tan(arcsin (1-x^2)^1/2) Any help will be appreciated, thanks! An alternative is to note that Therefore This should be much easier to differentiate...
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