Derivative of y(x)=sqrt(x^2+5) – How to use the chain rule in calculus

Derivative of y(x)=sqrt(x^2+5) – How to use the chain rule in calculus

Description: In this video for “chain rule square root” I take the derivative of an equation with a square root of a polynomial is involved. This is not too difficult of a problem to solve, it just takes some attention to detail and patience. Do not take the first portion or semester of calculus lightly. Just like the alphabet is the foundation for a language and algebra is the foundation of calculus, calculus is the foundation of all future courses. If you are not fluent in calculus, you will have issues in math and physics courses in the future.

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