This video explains how to determine a derivative of a function of two variables using the chain rule.

# Ex: Chain Rule – Function of Two Variables with One Independent Variable

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# Ex: Chain Rule – Function of Two Variables with One Independent Variable

# Application of Chain Rule of a Function of Two Variables – Change of Volume

# Ex: Chain Rule – Function of Two Variables with Two Independent Variable

# Ex: Chain Rule – Function of Two Variables with Three Independent Variable

# Ex: Determine Concavity and Points of Inflection – f(x)=x^2*e^(4x)

# Proof – The Derivative of f(x)=ln(x): d/dx[ln(x)]=1/x (Implicit Diff)

# Proof – The Derivative of f(x)=log_a(x): d/dx[log_a(x)]=1/((ln a)x)

This video explains how to determine a derivative of a function of two variables using the chain rule.

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This video proves the derivative of f(x)=ln(x) equals 1/x using the definition of a log and implicit differentiation.

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