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I have a simple question.

Given V as the function of Z and Y,

Given Z as the function of R and L, [itex]Z=R+s*L [/itex]

Given Y as the function of G and C, [itex]Y=G+s*C [/itex]

Assume we also know [itex]\frac{\partial V}{\partial Z}[/itex] and [itex]\frac{\partial^2 V}{\partial Z \partial Y}[/itex]

If we want to know [itex]\frac{\partial V}{\partial R}[/itex], it will be equal to [itex]\frac{\partial V}{\partial Z} * \frac{\partial Z}{\partial R}[/itex]

Question:

How can we find [itex]\frac{\partial^2 V}{\partial R\partial G}[/itex], by using what is given and known?

Regards

Aman

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# Easy second order partial derivative

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