# If #y=arcsin(4x^2)#, then what is #dy/dx#?

The answer is

By definition

Here, we have

So,

Differentiating

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If (y = \arcsin(4x^2)), then (\frac{dy}{dx}) can be found using the chain rule for differentiation.

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