# Solving the Derivative of ln(sqrt x) Video

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### Which of the following is the chain rule formula for finding the derivative of f(g(x))?

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### 2. Part of using the chain rule to find the derivative of f(g(x)) = ln(√x) includes finding f ' (g(x)). If we let f(x) = ln(x) and g(x) = √x, what is f ' (g(x))?

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Check your understanding of solving derivatives with the chain rule with a quiz and worksheet combo. This resource reviews what you know about the steps to solving these problems and how to solve them for the correct answer.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet is designed to assess what you know about:

• The chain rule formula for finding the derivative of f(g(x))
• Understanding the steps in using the chain rule
• Solving chain rule derivative for answers

## Skills Practiced

• Information recall - see if you can remember how to correctly use the chain rule for derivatives
• Problem solving - take what you know about the chain rule formula for derivatives and correctly solve these types of problems
• Making connections - use your understanding the chain rule formula and how to set it up from a word problem

If you want a more comprehensive overview of this topic, you can read the provided lesson, Solving the Derivative of ln(sqrt x). This lesson offers more details about:

• The formula for the chain rule for derivatives
• Common derivatives
• Simplifying equations
• Using real world problem examples
• Graphing a derivative
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