 # The Chanin rule: Derivatives within the integral sign

### Basic concepts and principles

A composition of two functions is the operation given by applying a function, then the other one. This operation is denoted by fog(x) ie:

fog(x)= f(g(x))

For example, given

f(x)=x2
g(x)= sin x

Then

fog(x) = f(g(x)) = f(sin x) = (sin x)2

Chain rule is the formula to define derivative of two functions composition and it is given by This is a basic rule of analysis, it allows to have the inverse derivate formula, derivation under integral sign and many others...

### Inverse function formula

Given a differentiable function f (x), we asked for the derivative of the inverse. We start from

f(f-1(x)) = Id = x

Then we can apply the chain rule to obtain

(f(f-1(x)))' = f'(f-1(x)) (f-1)'(x) = 1

Then if f'(x) ≠ 0 , we have

(f-1)'(x) = [ f'(f-1(x)) ] -1

By the medium value theorem, fact f'(x) ≠ 0 implies that f is injective, because

f(x)-f(y) = 0 => ∃ z : f'(z) = f(y)-f(x)/(y-x) = 0, which would be a contradiction.

### Inverse function theorem

Given a differentiable function f such that f'(x0) ≠ 0 then there exists a neighborhood centered at x0 wich we denote by V(x0), such us

(f-1)'(x) = [ f'(f-1(x)) ] -1 ∀ x ∈ V(x0).

### Differentiation under the integral sign

In analysis many functions are defined under an integral sign, for example We can consider it as the composition Where And We can apply the chain rule to calculate the derivative of f, ie ### Examples of Derivatives under integral sign

1) Then as in our example above we  So  2) Note that we can split this integral as a sum of two   We calculate the first one Where  So Now calculate the second of integrals, again wew have Donde  Así We already have the result as # Was useful? want add anything?

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