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Chain Rule, a selection of answers from the Dr. Math archives.

Calculus Chain Rule
Could you give me the chain rule in easy terms, not a formula?

Chain Rule
I have a question on the "chain rule" when finding the derivatives of polynomials.

When to Use the Chain and Quotient Rules
In the following problem, would you use the chain rule or the quotient rule first to differentiate? Problem: (2x+1)^2/(2x+4).

Chain Rule Notation
Taking the derivative of a function of a function.

Chain Rule and Product Rule: Differentiating
Why isn't the result what I expect when I use the Chain Rule and the Product Rule to differentiate?

Trigonometry and the Chain Rule
I need help differentiating expressions such as: y = 2 csc^3(sqrt(x)) and y = x/2 - (sin (2x))/4. Where does the chain rule fit in?

Using the Chain Rule: Define Functions
What are the integrals of sin(ln(4x+5)) and ln(sinx)?

Rate of Change of Angle
Find the rate at which angle BXA is changing in radians per second...

ODEs and Integration with the Chain Rule
What is an ordinary differential equation? How do you integrate f'(x) = (x-1)^4?

Using the Chain Rule: Finding a Derivative
d/dx sin(sin (2cos(2x/3))) = ?

Chain Rule: Function Notation
How can I apply the chain rule to find du/dx for dy/dx=(nu^n-1)*(du/dx)?

Finding Limits Using Natural Logs and L'Hopital's Rule
I think I need to use l'Hopital's Rule and the natural logarithm function to find lim (x goes to 0) [(cos (2x))^(3/(x^2))].

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