Hello everyone. This is Tom from everystepcalculus.com.
I’m going to demonstrate the Chain Rule right now.
Let’s do it. Index eight to get to my menu for calculus.
And we’re going to
scroll down to the C section. They’re all alphabetical.
Here’s chain rule here.
And I gave you a choice of what kind
problems you’re gonna do. Sine, Cosine, Tangent, etc.
Or given Y, etc.
Here’s the, in parentheses, with an exponent.
And here’s the square root of something. I’m going to do number 2 here.
Press alpha before you
put anything in these entry lines here.
Alpha first and the left parentheses which it gives you up here for example.
And we’re going to 5 times x squared
plus 7 to the fifth power
I always show you what you entered. You can change it if you want.
We’re going to differentiate that.
I say it’s okay. Here’s the formula here for chain rule.
and I go through the steps for you. It’s kinda like U-Subsitution
in a way for differentiation. U-Subsitution is really for integrals.
So after we put the terms into the into the formula. Mark everything down in your paper you see it.
Here’s the derivative of g of x
which is 10 times X
and keep writing and here’s the answer.