Chain rule: Partial Differentiation at a given value

Horton483

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I have this really gnarly chain rule question that I cannot seem to conquer.. I'm gonna try and post a screen shot of the problem rather than type it all out. Any input would be appreciated! :)
 

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Subhotosh Khan

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I have this really gnarly chain rule question that I cannot seem to conquer.. I'm gonna try and post a screen shot of the problem rather than type it all out. Any input would be appreciated! :)
I cannot read your screenshot - too low resolution!!
 

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I have this really gnarly chain rule question that I cannot seem to conquer.. I'm gonna try and post a screen shot of the problem rather than type it all out. Any input would be appreciated! :)
The screenshot isn't working. To learn how to type math as text, please try here. For instance, the following:

. . . . .\(\displaystyle f(x)\, =\, \left(\dfrac{x\, +\, 2}{e^{3x}}\right)^2\)

...could be typeset as:

. . . . .f(x) = [(x + 2) / (e^(3x))]^2

When you reply, please include a clear listing of your thoughts and efforts so far, so we can see where you're getting stuck. Thank you! ;)
 
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