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Chain rule for functions of two variables

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A series of free Calculus 2 Video Lessons from UNSW - University of New South Wales, Sydney.

Chain rule for functions of two variables
A lecture on the mathematics of the chain rule for functions of two variables. Plenty of examples are presented to illustrate the ideas. These concepts are seen at university.
Chain rule: partial derivative
Discuss and solve an example where we calculate the partial derivative. The method of solution involves an application of the chain rule. Such an example is seen in 1st and 2nd year university mathematics.

Chain rule: identity involving partial derivatives
Discuss and prove an identity involving partial derivatives. The proof involves an application of the chain rule. Such an example is seen in first and second year university mathematics.
Chain rule & partial derivatives
This video shows how to calculate partial derivatives via the chain rule. Such ideas are seen in first year university.

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