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Math Help - Differentiation with 3 variables

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    Differentiation with 3 variables

    Hi everyone I encountered this question: y=v(x^2)
    How to find dy/dv?
    Will the answer be x^2 + v*d/dv of x^2 or x^2 + v*2x*dx/dv
    thank you very much
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    Re: Differentiation with 3 variables

    Your second choice looks correct, as you have applied the product, power and chain rules.
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