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Find the partial derivative with the chain rule?

Find partial derivative of #u# with the chain rule at #t = 0# and #s = 2# when

#u(x, y) = sqrt(5x^2+2y^2),#

#x(t, s) = e^(st),#

#y(t, s) = 5 + s^2cos(t).#

Find partial derivative of #u# with the chain rule at #t = 0# and #s = 2# when

#u(x, y) = sqrt(5x^2+2y^2),#

#x(t, s) = e^(st),#

#y(t, s) = 5 + s^2cos(t).#

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