Talk:Chain rule

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 Definition A rule in calculus for differentiating a function of a function. [d] [e]
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In line with the following,

,

I would write for pedagogical reasons:

and that

reads in Leibniz (traditional) notation,

.

What do you think? --Paul Wormer 09:50, 8 November 2008 (UTC)

I'ld be happy for you to add that, but I want to state the simple dz/dy.dy/dx not because I approve of it, but precisely because I don't: that is, I want to explain it. Richard Pinch 11:48, 8 November 2008 (UTC)