In differential calculus, the chain rule is a formula used to find the derivative of a composite function.
If y = f(g(x)), then as per chain rule the instantaneous rate of change of function 'f' relative to 'g' and 'g' relative to x results in an instantaneous rate of change of 'f' with respect to 'x'.
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