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November 26, 2014

Posted by **XCS** on Thursday, May 7, 2009 at 10:43am.

Find the derivative of the function.

sin(sin[sinx])

I need to use the chain rule to solve. So I take the derivative sin(sin[sinx) first. Then multiply that by the inside which is the derivative of sin[sinx]. And multiply that by derivative of [sinx].

So this is what I got:

cos(sin[sinx])*cos[sinx]*cosx

Is this right?

- calculus -
**Count Iblis**, Thursday, May 7, 2009 at 11:07amCorrect.

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