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ans is -y/x.

i have specially doubt on the partial derivative of U w.r.t y for inverse sin.

thank you in advance

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ans is -y/x.

i have specially doubt on the partial derivative of U w.r.t y for inverse sin.

thank you in advance

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The derivative is the sum of the partial derivatives. Any partial derivative is determined by considering all other variables as constant. dSin(x/y) would be = ∂(sin(cx))dx + ∂(sin(k/y))dy where I used c and k to emphasize that the other variable is considered constant during the differentiation of that term.

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