## Calculus 8th Edition

$y=\ln \sqrt x\\z=\dfrac{1}{\sqrt x}\\z=e^{-y}$
We are given that $x=t^2; y=\ln t; z=1/t$ Simplify these given terms. $y=\ln (t)=\ln [\sqrt {t^2}]=\ln \sqrt x$ From $z=\dfrac{1}{t}$ This gives: $z=\dfrac{1}{\sqrt {t^2}}=x^{-1/2}$ Also, $z=\dfrac{1}{t}$ This gives: $z=\dfrac{1}{e^y} \implies z=e^{-y}$ Therefore, $y=\ln \sqrt x\\z=\dfrac{1}{\sqrt x}\\z=e^{-y}$