Follow the product rule and then the chain rule as you said...
My brain is a little scrambled, so I'm having trouble solving this simple partial derivative. Tell me step by step how it should be solved. I think I understood this problem last semester and I can't now.
Find the first partial derivatives of the function.
27. u = t(e)^w/t
the e is Euler's e.
I think you use the product and chain rule
but there is something in the way.
Follow the product rule and then the chain rule as you said...