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I have a question:

Let w=2cot x +y^2.z^2

x = uv

y = sin(uv)

z = e^v

Find the partial derivative of w releative to x.

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I have a question:

Let w=2cot x +y^2.z^2

x = uv

y = sin(uv)

z = e^v

Find the partial derivative of w releative to x.

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PS. Partial derivatives aren't really pre-calculus :P

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As focus said, this is not at all "precalculus". I am going to move this to the "calculus and beyond" homework area.

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