Hello everyone,

Please help me to find the derivative of the following using chain rule:

f(x) = 3sin^3(x^2)

Thanks

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Hello everyone,

Please help me to find the derivative of the following using chain rule:

f(x) = 3sin^3(x^2)

Thanks

Please help me to find the derivative of the following using chain rule:

f(x) = 3sin^3(x^2)

Thanks

- nur123
**Posts:**2**Joined:**Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:34 pm

Could you express the formula for the Chain Rule?

Starting specifically with f(x)=3sin^3(x^2), or 3sin^{3}(x^{2}), you have h(x)=x^{2}, and g(x)=3sin^{3}(x)

You have the composition, g(h(x)). You are interested in the derivative of g(h(x)) with respect to x.

Starting specifically with f(x)=3sin^3(x^2), or 3sin

You have the composition, g(h(x)). You are interested in the derivative of g(h(x)) with respect to x.

- jg.allinsymbols
**Posts:**71**Joined:**Sat Dec 29, 2012 2:42 am

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