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How do you do this?
So is x^1/2 right?
Then what do you do? :/
2. you already mentioned how to solve it - the chain rule.

Here your f(x) = sinx, and your g(x) = sqrt(x)

easy peasy! dont forget the times 6 constant!
3. Follow exactly the same procedure I outlined in your other thread, only this time y=sin(u), and u = sqrt(x).
4. (Original post by marcusmerehay)
Follow exactly the same procedure I outlined in your other thread, only this time y=sin(u), and u = sqrt(x).
Thanks mate

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