Differentiate the function w(x)=sin^-1 (x/4) I know that the derivate of sin^-1 is 1/sqrt(1-x^2) but I don't know where to go from there.

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Consider the following situation.

y = f(x)

P = f(y)

y is a function of x and P is a function of y.

Directly we cannot find any combination with P and x.

If we want (dP)/dx then;

`(dP)/dx =...

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