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I am given xi=x/s(t) and T=h(t)F(xi,t) and I need to tranform deltaT/deltat. How do I do it? Do I use the chain rule? The answer to it is : s*(dh/dt)*F+s*h*(deltaF/deltat)-xi*(ds/dt)*h*(deltaF/deltaxi) but I don't know how to get this answer. Please help me. Thank you

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