# What is the derivative of this function #sin^-1 (5x)#?

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Recall:

#(sin^(-1)(5x))'=1/sqrt(1-(5x)^2)cdot(5x)' =5/sqrt(1-25x^2)#

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The derivative of the function ( \sin^{-1}(5x) ) is ( \frac{5}{\sqrt{1-(5x)^2}} ).

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